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Default Battery not charging after 87% ..

Hey guys i just bought nexus 4 .. Its been just a month i have bought it ..
And when i charge my phone my battry doesnt go above 87% ..
M using stock rom with stock kernel ..
In beetween i changed my kernel to franco but still no luck ..
Can anyone plzz help ..
I have also tried to calibrate .. But nothing happens ..

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Either your battery is faulty or the sensor doesnt read the values properly. Anyway do a factory reset and look what happens
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Either your battery is faulty or the sensor doesnt read the values properly. Anyway do a factory reset and look what happens
I was using stock rom 4.4.4 and just bow i have shifted to 4.2.2 ..lets see what happens today ...

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Default Same problem here,

what happened dude, when you switch back, please inform us
 
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I was using stock rom 4.4.4 and just bow i have shifted to 4.2.2 ..lets see what happens today ...

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Use a battery calibrate app as well. When you flash a new ROM its essential you wipe out previous battery stats.
 
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Use a battery calibrate app as well. When you flash a new ROM its essential you wipe out previous battery stats.
Nah, you don't need any battery calibration. You don't need to wipe out any battery stats.

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Idk whats the problem .. I saw my phone today morning it wass fully charged .. To 100℅ and then when i came back aftr 5 mins again its there to 87% .. I have tried all appps of calibration .. And bdw i have not flashed any rom on it i once flashed PA . and facing same problem in that too ..

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4.4.4 has really hurt my battery. I thought it was the battery, so I replaced with an OEM. Still drained, so I did factory reset, same problem, went with CM11 and it still drains fast. It even drains when the phone is powered off. I can charge to 100 and then power down the phone and 24 hours later power on and the battery is around 60%.
 
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4.4.4 has really hurt my battery. I thought it was the battery, so I replaced with an OEM. Still drained, so I did factory reset, same problem, went with CM11 and it still drains fast. It even drains when the phone is powered off. I can charge to 100 and then power down the phone and 24 hours later power on and the battery is around 60%.
I recently installed mahdi rom on my nexus 4 .... And i think it has solved my problem.. You can also give it a try ...
And the rom too is good and has many features

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I recently installed mahdi rom on my nexus 4 .... And i think it has solved my problem.. You can also give it a try ...
And the rom too is good and has many features

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The Mahdi 2.7 with franco kernel is a great combination, I get almost more than 4hrs+ SOT on a full cycle charge every time.

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