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[Q] Stock ROM battery drain after playing with Maclaw ROMS

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Originally Posted by shagadelic View Post
Perhaps you should also consider the lifetime and usage of your battery. After months of charging and discharging once or twice a day, itīs not so unnormal that a battery goes weak...which has imho directly nothing to do with the used software...
Think you're right. Bah, so it ain't something that can be fixed by/in a flash.
 
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Hi,

I think you are on 1ghz bug if you have custom rom.
When you are on stock. This is not normale, your battery is going bad
Where did you bought a new one, im looking for a new one also.

Greetz
I bought a 2450 mAh battery here (only $5, but have to see if it really arrives first):
http://www.ebay.com/itm/2450mAh-Li-i...:eek:C:NL:3160
 
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Hi!, I'm having the same issue here:

-Super-battery drain, specially when restarting the phone, huge 20% drops.
-Phone looses signal inexplicably,5 bars and suddenly dead, restarting solves the problem, but when signal drops, the battery starts getting HOT, even on IDLE.
-Im using Carbon 4.4.2 KitKat ROM on S3Mini I8190L.

Battery was working quite well with Cyano 11 about 3 months ago, switched to MIUI ROM because a friend recommended it, ROM started to be unstable, laggy and battery life wasn't great, had the same "signal lost" issues. Then downloaded the Carbon ROM and everything went worse.

-I always do full wipe, (davlik, data, interal storage, everything).

Any ideas?
Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini I8190L - Cyanogenmod 11
Atrix 4G - Nottachtrix
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