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[Q] Built in Battery Monitor shows incorrect information on HTC ONE (4.4.2 GPE)?

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Default [Q] Built in Battery Monitor shows incorrect information on HTC ONE (4.4.2 GPE)?

I have attached a screen dump of my HTC ONE Battery Monitor!

I have S-off, rooted, Converted to GPE 4.4.2 RUU, CID GOOGL001, Bulletproof 11.0 Kernel for GPE 4.4.2, cleared all caches before install of RUU, All Sync-OFF, Google Now uninstalled, Locations OFF.

The thing is that I have decent battery times, but one thing that irritates me is that the built in battery monitor seems to show fake results.
I can stream, talk, play games, use other apps, and so on, but still the monitor shows that Android System is the number one batterydrainer!

I have tried everything that I can come up with, but nothing has worked! (Even tried batterycalibration).

Anyone here who has the solvation to this annoying problem?
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why don't you use GSam Battery Monitor for better battery stats and BetterBatteryStats
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why don't you use GSam Battery Monitor for better battery stats and BetterBatteryStats
Ihave used GSam Battery Monitor, but thats not the problem here, I just wondered if I somehow could get the built in Battery Monitor to work proberly.
 
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Ihave used GSam Battery Monitor, but thats not the problem here, I just wondered if I somehow could get the built in Battery Monitor to work proberly.
you can try factory reset
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you can try factory reset
Tried that and it does not work. How much battery drain does your Android System show in the built in monitor?
 
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Tried that and it does not work. How much battery drain does your Android System show in the built in monitor?
maybe this would help: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2410871
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I looked at the thread, but no solution, because i still have good battery life, no drains, just weird batterystats, unlike many others.

I unistalled fused locations, CIR Module, and HTC function test, after reading a little bit about them, this is little of a gamble, but after reboot, the system and all the apps seems to work flawlessly.

The only thing remaining in android system now, is android system, setting storage, setting and input devices.

Also installed GSAM for monitoring.

Will post here if I get any positive results(or negative).

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