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This happenned to me yesterday. 70% -> pluged it into a computer -> 0%
I connected it to a wall charger and waited until it charged to 100%. No big deal, problem solved.
 
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I don't really class this as a solution. Having to reset your phone as a pain. Lol.

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Default IF it is not a software problem, how come motorola can promise a patch?

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Don't suggest anything if you don't know.. Factory reset won't solve this problem and this issue is not related to any software... I am seeing you suggesting factory reset in some other thread also.. Keep quiet if you don't know..

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IF it is not a software problem, how come motorola can promise a patch?
I am not saying you are wrong, I am saying you shouldn't ask somebody to keep quite... because you think it is wrong!

I realise the point that factory reset is not a permanent solution and the de-calibration of the sensor can occur even after reseting the phone. I'll change the title to possible solution.

But to also quote KirkStormberg from https://forums.motorola.com/posts/7a...=774000#774000

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root cause (which we believe is an intermittent error in a sensor measurement)
is defiantly a software problem. And if there is a chance of removal/ temporary denial of problem, then i think you shouldn't discourage people.
specially not from a healthy discussion!
 
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This is not a solution. Youre just lucky.
I realised that!!
I changed the Title!
but i don't think its wrong in sharing, may be someone else can get lucky too!
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IF it is not a software problem, how come motorola can promise a patch?
I am not saying you are wrong, I am saying you shouldn't ask somebody to keep quite... because you think it is wrong!

I realise the point that factory reset is not a permanent solution and the de-calibration of the sensor can occur even after reseting the phone. I'll change the title to possible solution.

But to also quote KirkStormberg from https://forums.motorola.com/posts/7a...=774000#774000



is defiantly a software problem. And if there is a chance of removal/ temporary denial of problem, then i think you shouldn't discourage people.
specially not from a healthy discussion!
I just meant it's not related to any installed apps... My bad I mentioned it wrongly... I got angry because that guy suggesting a factory reset for every thread and for all the issues... You could see his reply in few threads...

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Default So let him!

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I just meant it's not related to any installed apps... My bad I mentioned it wrongly... I got angry because that guy suggesting a factory reset for every thread and for all the issues... You could see his reply in few threads...

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He won't get many thanks if his suggestion is stupid, and just look at his reply he is not reasoning! why are you loosing your calm!

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Don't suggest anything if you don't know.. Factory reset won't solve this problem and this issue is not related to any software... I am seeing you suggesting factory reset in some other thread also.. Keep quiet if you don't know..

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I tried give the solution.It is the last way when the other solutions couldn't.But first try to charge the device untill 100%.The battery suddenly drop maybe caused of unperfectly charging/unplugged when the battery under 100%.The next check the USB debugging.Make sure it on.I think All device(my experienced) sometimes have the same problem like this.

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