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Default [APP] Battery Calibration

I found that they are huge drain in XM/XM dual after updating or rom changing
to solve it
use this

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  1. Make sure your android smartphone has been root
  2. Install application ( do not open it )
  3. Charge your phone to 100%
  4. Spend the battery to 0% (Till death itself)
  5. Charge again to 100%
  6. Open Battery Calibration application
  7. Root Access (Select Allow)
  8. Select Calibrate
  9. Wait for the calibration process is completed
  10. After that, unplug charger
  11. And feel the difference, you'll Android battery more efficient.

Problem should be solved by this for most of the guys..
before using this my cell drain 5-10% in 1 hr even on screen off
but now after this app 1% FOR 4-5 HRS.

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Its work good for me. My battery life is 20 hours with gaming, watching films and music. Its awensome. Sorry for my bad English im from Poland

Wysłane z mojego GT-P3100 przy użyciu Tapatalka
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Works on my GT p3100
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I have used this app successfully to renew battery life after swapping a extended life battery with a stock battery a couple times on my HTC Evo 4G. I couldn't get four hours out of either battery. Finally stuck with the extended life battery and used Battery Calibration. It made my battery seem like new again. It erases your battery stats then the system can rebuild new stats as you use the phone. It wont repair a bad battery...
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