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so i have this weird problem, my battery when it runs low at 9 percent, i immediately get a new notification
and on that new notification it says 0 percent and right after that notification my phone closes and doesnt start up till i charge it again...
anyone know what can be the problem/solution? im on full stock, locked bootloader etc.
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-ozi
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If it's just 9% then you have nothing to worry about. Our batteries doesn't like to run to 0%. If your level is between 10-20%, you should start thinking about charging.
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If it's just 9% then you have nothing to worry about. Our batteries doesn't like to run to 0%. If your level is between 10-20%, you should start thinking about charging.
well ok :d
i usually dont let my battery go lower than 15 percent but i am worrying if i need an urgent call or something, anyway im wearing an external battery with me now :d just in case
thanks for your reply.
Retired: hTC Incredible S (Vivo)
Specs before selling:
ROM: BlackOut ROM
Kernel: Kangaroo Kernel R25
OC/UV: N/A
Current hTC One X+ (encr2b)
Specs:
ROM: ViperX+ (ahhh i missed Venomroms xD)
Kernel: Stock ViperX+ kernel
OC: N/A
UV: -50mA
 
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External battery for X+ :>?

I check the battery level every evening and calculate how much will I need tomorrow. If I am not planning to play games nor browse the internet for one hour, 40% left should be more than enough .
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