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Battery Full [APP][ROOT][CLOSED BETA][2.3+]Simple batterystats.bin wiper

Disclaimer: If this app breaks your device, it is your fault for attempting to use this app. If this app does anything that is not expected, keep in mind that it is in beta, and YOU were the one who wanted to try it.

This app simply wipes your battery stats; it is very simple, just a TextView and a button. If there are any improvements to this app, feedback is allowed; it is in beta, after all. If you would like to be part of the closed beta, please send me a PM. This app will eventually cost money, yet I just want to have a beta so that I can get feedback.

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This app simply wipes your battery stats
Uhm... Trying not to be harsh here... but wiping than .bin file doesn't really do anything, AFAIK...

Well, maybe resetting then Battery Log Statistics (Settings - Battery), but other than that, I don't really get it why you have to do that...


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Uhm... Trying not to be harsh here... but wiping than .bin file doesn't really do anything, AFAIK...

Well, maybe resetting then Battery Log Statistics (Settings - Battery), but other than that, I don't really get it why you have to do that...
mah life is a lie

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The battery indicator in the status/notification bar is a reflection of the batterystats.bin file in the data/system/ directory.
 
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Disclaimer: If this app breaks your device, it is your fault for attempting to use this app. If this app does anything that is not expected, keep in mind that it is in beta, and YOU were the one who wanted to try it.

This app simply wipes your battery stats; it is very simple, just a TextView and a button. If there are any improvements to this app, feedback is allowed; it is in beta, after all. If you would like to be part of the closed beta, please send me a PM. This app will eventually cost money, yet I just want to have a beta so that I can get feedback.

Screenshots are in the attachments (taken from rooted Nook Tablet 1.4.3)
Send a PM if you want to try, and feel free to add suggestions and how to fix them; I will send the code with the app


http://www.xda-developers.com/androi...-battery-life/

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mah life is a lie

I heard this:

The battery indicator in the status/notification bar is a reflection of the batterystats.bin file in the data/system/ directory.
Read here to open your eyes for the whole truth


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Come on, guys. The file is literally called batterystats.bin. What did you possibly think it was?
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The battery bin file only stores stats about what's used you're battery

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