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Problem on Charging the battery

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13th February 2014, 09:52 PM   |  #1  
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Hello,

I faced a problem about 2 weeks ago till now.

It is When try to charging my HTC ONE, when the battery is about 90%, 90% to 100% gone very fast and the LED shows green. But when unplugged and plugged the charger again, percentage of battery dropped to about 90% - 91% and it charged fast to 100% again.

When I let its remain on green status and plugged, after about 10 minute, my device charged fully (I tested it again: first unplugged the charger then re-plugged. Battery status dropped to 99% and after 30 sec it shows fully charged)

What is the exact problem?

Thanks
13th February 2014, 11:27 PM   |  #2  
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You could try to calibrate it with app from play store. https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ry.calibration

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18th February 2014, 12:19 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by komsboy_more

Hello,

I faced a problem about 2 weeks ago till now.

It is When try to charging my HTC ONE, when the battery is about 90%, 90% to 100% gone very fast and the LED shows green. But when unplugged and plugged the charger again, percentage of battery dropped to about 90% - 91% and it charged fast to 100% again.

When I let its remain on green status and plugged, after about 10 minute, my device charged fully (I tested it again: first unplugged the charger then re-plugged. Battery status dropped to 99% and after 30 sec it shows fully charged)

What is the exact problem?

Thanks

i've the exact same problem, did you find a fix?
18th February 2014, 12:27 PM   |  #4  
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i've the exact same problem, did you find a fix?

No dude ....

I calibrate with 2 suggested apps but no chance! As I'm S-OFF I want to try flash with a RUU then upgrade to latest stock ROM and test this as I have free time to work on...

If I find a solution , sure let you know. (also you )
18th February 2014, 12:30 PM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by komsboy_more

No dude ....

I calibrate with 2 suggested apps but no chance! As I'm S-OFF I want to try flash with a RUU then upgrade to latest stock ROM and test this as I have free time to work on...

If I find a solution , sure let you know. (also you )

ok thanks, keep me updated
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ok thanks, keep me updated

Is there any solution found?
3rd March 2014, 06:06 PM   |  #7  
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Is there any solution found?

Not yet !

I flashed my phone with RUU and re-upgrade to latest 4.3, but no chance !

I calibrated with a app and waiting to discharge and re-charge it again to check.
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