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    Current: *HTC One (M8) running Venom 4.3* | *Asus TF300T - Rom: KisKat Kernel: *
    Previous: *HTC One (M7) Stock* | *Sony Ion - Rom: LT28H 4.0.4 ICS* | *Samsung Captivate - Rom: ICSSGS 4.0.3 - Kernel: Semaphore 1.0.0* | *Sony Ericsson X10 - Rom: Oodie Prime - Kernel: Oodie's FXPMod*


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  • Last Activity: 19th March 2016 03:28 PM
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I may just port Du@lcore's Xperia S rom since the phones are nearly the same.
I use the cable that came with my captivate because its 6ft, not 3 like the Sony one. I do, however use the Sony wall adapter. Once you reach 100% upon restart, the battery should be calibrated. Again, what you are doing is making sure the phone ...
No. Essentially you are just reseting what capacity the phone believes is 100%. Sent from my LT28at using xda app-developers app
For those of you who had the Sony X10, you knew that there was a battery calibration method. I won't go into detail about how it worked, but this is very similar so X10 users should be familiar. Here's how it works: Step 1: Charge battery to 100...
Didn't see anyone report they used this kernel with ICSSGS, so I decided to flash it. Everything's SMOOTH so far. I thought I liked glitch, but this kernel is even better!