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Defy battery drops explained

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17th February 2013, 11:50 PM   |  #161  
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I have CM 7.1.0, and my battery drops from 69% to 49%, from 29% to 20% and from 10% to 4%
This is too much... can I do something to fix this? I have the original 1500 mAh battery.

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Im on cm7 7.2.0 and i have same problems with the jumps and still lookin for ways to fix or stablize or sumit

Same problem here, have you found anything to fix this issue? CM 7.2 is pretty awesome, apart from the battery level ignoring ~45%, thats too much :/
(~65-49, ~45-19)
Is there a competitive ROM that gets it right? MIUI?
26th February 2013, 08:58 AM   |  #162  
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Same problem here, have you found anything to fix this issue? CM 7.2 is pretty awesome, apart from the battery level ignoring ~45%, thats too much :/
(~65-49, ~45-19)
Is there a competitive ROM that gets it right? MIUI?

A fix is to read the OP.
26th February 2013, 04:23 PM   |  #163  
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Re: Defy battery drops explained
Root explorer wont let me change owner of the 3 files in pds/public/battd any ideas why it wont let me???

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27th February 2013, 11:53 AM   |  #164  
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Re: Defy battery drops explained
But all this doesn't explain why drops are present in one rom and in other they aren't. (latest Quarx, huge battery drops, Sevenrocks's unofficial rom not at all)
27th February 2013, 10:03 PM   |  #165  
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But all this doesn't explain why drops are present in one rom and in other they aren't. (latest Quarx, huge battery drops, Sevenrocks's unofficial rom not at all)

in Quarx latest I have no drops.
27th February 2013, 10:57 PM   |  #166  
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so i'm trying to play with the battd settings to see if i can at least test one of the fixes buy my folder seems to be empty so I can't even change the permissions.
Can anyone help?


I'm having the following situations happening daily. This is a 2nd battery that I purchased but my wife's defy is not doing this, even when we swap batteries.
2nd March 2013, 08:49 AM   |  #167  
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Re: Defy battery drops explained
Hey guys

I finally replaced my phone's battery after about 2 years and was impressed with the battery life even on its second cycle (see first pic, that was with regular wifi/data use).
However, last night in the middle of the night I felt the phone was quite warm to touch and the battery had drained by something like 30% not even a quarter through the night. I know this happens when something has kept it awake, so I checked BetterBatteryStats and found some things keeping a Kernel Wakelock - some NETMUX thing and ehci_pm.

Any ideas what I can do to prevent this from happening again? The phone was running extremely slowly during that period. But after reboot and switch on/off airplane mode it's fine now. Not sure if related but I wasn't able to see my airplane mode icon at the time until I rebooted.

Thanks in advance for any help!

P. S. I'm on 17/2 Quarx CM10 + JellyX

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15th March 2013, 10:41 AM   |  #168  
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Hi i hava a question and i want a straight answer. I own a Motorola Defy+ MB526 and i want to install Android 4.1.2 Jellybean CM10-20130307-NIGHTLY-mb526.zip latest Quarz release. Should i install battery fix or not? And what is the proper fix file?
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17th March 2013, 01:30 AM   |  #169  
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Hi i hava a question and i want a straight answer. I own a Motorola Defy+ MB526 and i want to install Android 4.1.2 Jellybean CM10-20130307-NIGHTLY-mb526.zip latest Quarz release. Should i install battery fix or not? And what is the proper fix file?

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I have several Defy phones and one particular one (MB526) I bought off ebay from someone who flashed JB and after that the battery drained dramatically. I figured I'd just flash the standard rom on it and it should fix it, but no luck.

If I fully charge the battery and turn the phone off within 12 hours the battery is flat (15%).
I swapped batteries from another phone to be sure it wasn't being reported incorrectly but the phone really is running down batteries even when switched off.

Can anyone offer any explanation or idea what's happening ?

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