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Fixing the Defy's battery size

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28th December 2011, 10:21 AM |#11  
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Wait, are you running an original Defy battery in a Defy+? Or just the Defy+ version of CM7 on an original Defy?

Either way, it's interesting you're getting 1500 reported with a Gingerbread kernel... (Defy+)

Y will anyone put defy battery in Defy+
Defy with Defy's Battery running cm7.2 Defy+ build...

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9th January 2012, 12:21 PM |#13  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1320330

Could this patch have anything to do with solving the problem?

(Presumably at this point, we can assume it is a problem with the circuitry on aftermarket batteries themselves, needing an overwrite from the software).
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1320330

Could this patch have anything to do with solving the problem?

(Presumably at this point, we can assume it is a problem with the circuitry on aftermarket batteries themselves, needing an overwrite from the software).

I've installed CM9 (111223-Defy+) on my Defy+ over a stock Gingerbread ROM, and it hadn't charged my battery over 80%, so I replaced the battd, and now it does, and works properly, so battery compatibility is definitely coded in battd. (And it might have something to do with the kernel too.)
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I flashed MS2Ginger 4.0 beta and kernel 2.6.32.9 (2.3.6) and i stop at 83% (4167mV). After i use new battd, wipe battery stats i CW mode, Defy+ stop always at 83%. Any next idea?
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