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By byCorza, Junior Member on 3rd January 2014, 01:28 PM
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I just calibrated my battery in my samsung galaxy s4 because ive heard that it speeds up the charging process, but then after 10 seconds my phone reboots/restart and when its turned on again ive got about 10 seconds to do something untill it reboots again. I have searched some forums for this problem but the only problem i found when the battery was drained. But ive still got the same amount of battery power(don't know what its called, so i call it power). Please help me with this, i have tried taking out battery and having a charger connected but it don't help! I have a rooted device btw. Please help me ASAP!
 
 
3rd January 2014, 01:49 PM |#2  
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Battery Calibration was ok for older phones (before the galaxys). But u can do this:
- After you reset your battery stats, it is suggested to do a few full battery circle (use til dead, full charge, rince and repeat). You should be fine after 2-3 circles.
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Battery Full Hmm
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Battery Calibration was ok for older phones (before the galaxys). But u can do this:
- After you reset your battery stats, it is suggested to do a few full battery circle (use til dead, full charge, rince and repeat). You should be fine after 2-3 circles.

But i cant use the phone?
3rd January 2014, 02:21 PM |#4  
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turn off your galaxy s 4 and load it completely auf.Danach you let the battery for 15 minutes outside. Then you put the battery back in and booting into recovery, there you make a full wipe and reflashing a new rom, then your problem should be solved.
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