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Battery Full [Q] [HELP] Battery remains constant and drains to 0 rapidly

I am using XOLO Q100i mobile which i purchased two months back. Initially it was having android 4.2.2. Last week I got update for 4.4.2 and since then I am facing this battery problem where, the battery percentage remains constant for long period time and after that it rapidly drops to 0 and switches off.

I am facing this problem only after I had updated it to 4.4.2 (it was system update, i didn't do it manually)

One example case is, even after using browser with 3G internet for 30 mins, the battery remains at same percentage.

Yesterday I even did factory data reset but still this problem is persisting.

Any solution for this problem?.
 
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Its not the battery issue. Its the common problem of android KitKat version. Its the issue of Battery Stat permissions. One solution is Using Xposed framework along with BatteryStat permission module installed. All statistics will be displayed correctly. But need to root your Device. Another check is What Xolo Power showing and what default android battery stats are showing.
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Its not the battery issue. Its the common problem of android KitKat version. Its the issue of Battery Stat permissions. One solution is Using Xposed framework along with BatteryStat permission module installed. All statistics will be displayed correctly. But need to root your Device. Another check is What Xolo Power showing and what default android battery stats are showing.
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Thanks so much for the shout out.

Since the phone is still under warranty period, i haven't rooted the phone yet.

Xolo power is showing exactly same percentage as shown in nav bar.

Anyother solution?
 
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Yes it's a problem but it occurs very rarely with me like twice or thrice in a month.
 
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Thanks so much for the shout out.

Since the phone is still under warranty period, i haven't rooted the phone yet.

Xolo power is showing exactly same percentage as shown in nav bar.

Anyother solution?
as far of other solution

Customer care support for cell under Warranty sucks coz Xolo care are too lame

Instead just root your device
And Xolo never checks if your device is rooted or not.

After rooting go to /data/system. Delete batterystats.bin

Do not charge your phone unroll it hits zero and shuts off automatically

Then charge it..
Install battery calibrator from market

And hit calibrate in that app after reaching 100%

Low battery wrong stats won't bother you again
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