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after full charge it drops 8% is it normal?

OP tatuboy

31st August 2014, 05:22 AM   |  #1  
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is it normal?
do you also experince this?
i always charge my gp2 at night it get fully charge @12 a.m in the midnight
after i woke up in the morning
it drops 8% im always getting this sudden battery loss.

so i root yesterday install greenify and greenified all 3rd party apps and some symstem apps running on background
and still get the same result.

i didn't experince that on my g2
same procedure but still 100% after i woke up in the morning.

do i need to calibrate my battery?
31st August 2014, 02:39 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by tatuboy

is it normal?
do you also experince this?
i always charge my gp2 at night it get fully charge @12 a.m in the midnight
after i woke up in the morning
it drops 8% im always getting this sudden battery loss.

so i root yesterday install greenify and greenified all 3rd party apps and some symstem apps running on background
and still get the same result.

i didn't experince that on my g2
same procedure but still 100% after i woke up in the morning.

do i need to calibrate my battery?

I don't think it is a problem of battery calibration, because the battery suddenly dropped to 8%... it is too much ... you can try, but i don't think it will solve the problem... try to put off the battery before switch on the phone in the morning after full charge, then put in the battery and with phone off, try to recharge; after about 30 minutes try the phone and let me know
1st September 2014, 10:28 AM   |  #3  
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what rom you have?
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