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NottachTrix4G - reverse 1% battery mod

20th April 2012, 04:55 PM   |  #1  
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I am one of the many having the battery charging issue - won't charge past 85%... As I am using NottachTrix4G 1.3.1 (a Motorola-based ROM) with the standard Kernel I can't see what might be causing the trouble.

The only thing I can think which is not standard relating to this is that NottachTrix4G has the 1% battery mod.

So, the question is, does anyone know if it is possible to revert to completely stock Motorola battery drivers, and remove this modification? I would prefer to be stuck with 10% increments if that might be causing issues.

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20th April 2012, 05:08 PM   |  #2  
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Unless I'm mistaken, the 1% battery is strictly a display modification. Nothing was changed in regards to how the battery itself is monitored and handled by the system. At least, that's my understanding based on my (admittedly minor) work in theme creation and modification. As such, reversing this wouldn't really do anything other than mask the actual problem. (Someone please correct me on this if I'm mistaken.)
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20th April 2012, 08:01 PM   |  #3  
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surrealjam, search the forum. Same question asked many times. Solution is simple but not so permanent.

Charge your phone with charger to 4200mV, leave charger connected, turn phone off, remove battery (charger is still connected!), wait for ?, put battery back, you'll see about 5%, charge battery for about 1h, turn phone on, disconnect charger.
You may clear battery stats from CWM.
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Thanks for the input MJPollard. Zeljko, I'm well aware of that temporary fix.
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Unfortunately there isn't permanent solution. Actually I'm investigating one, but I'll see is it or not.
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Oh look! THIS thread again!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CaelanT

Oh look! THIS thread again!

I guess its trending topic down here . Try read this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1600859

Sent from my MB860
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Originally Posted by bimasakti85

I guess its trending topic down here . Try read this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1600859

Sent from my MB860

Author of this thread almost get banned because he spammed half of the forum with his "own, original, awesome, never seen, revolutionary... solution"

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