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My battery for some reason drops from 60-49% and 33-19% I need help I've tried everything wipe battery stats, flashed new roms, calibrated battery nothing is working what can I do?
 
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My battery for some reason drops from 60-49% and 33-19% I need help I've tried everything wipe battery stats, flashed new roms, calibrated battery nothing is working what can I do?
Did you flash GB or FROYO rom? Is your battery recognized in settings -> about phone -> battery usage? Have you tried battery fix?
 
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Did you flash GB or FROYO rom? Is your battery recognized in settings -> about phone -> battery usage? Have you tried battery fix?
Froyo rom I'm currently running eppys 28/4 version haven't tried any battery fix could you give me a link to one please?
 
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http://dl.dropbox.com/u/29851821/ICS...tery%20Fix.zip

It's meant for CM9 GB builds if your battery isn't recognized though.
 
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My phone does recognize the battery but you know if I do flash that my phone is froyo cm9 will it do anything?
 
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My phone does recognize the battery but you know if I do flash that my phone is froyo cm9 will it do anything?
Don't try it unless someone confirms you can. Do you have "black holes" in battery usage diagram?
 
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what does the black holes mean? i had them in my old phone (samsung galaxy gio)
before i got my Defy because Gio had water damage
i9300 - CM 10.1 Nightlies
 
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Those black spaces appear only when the phone is turned off, because the system cannot get battery statistics. This is what I was told.

Trimis de pe Defy CM9
 
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Don't try it unless someone confirms you can. Do you have "black holes" in battery usage diagram?
Yes in my battery usage I do have black holes what can I do?
 
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My battery for some reason drops from 60-49% and 33-19% I need help I've tried everything wipe battery stats, flashed new roms, calibrated battery nothing is working what can I do?
I'm having this exact same problem. My battery has "gaps", it drops from 68%->49%, 30%->19% and 10%->4%. I've tried several ways of calibrating the battery with no luck. Is there any way to fix this?
Using Defy green lens with CM7.2, I was having this same issue with CM7.1, too.

EDIT: Having looked some more into this, it seems it's the battery that's dying, not ROM problem (I still can't post links, but the article I read was named "Why battery skips occur and how to fix them"). Thanks anyway!

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