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Xperia sola-battery down problem

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8th June 2014, 10:29 AM   |  #1  
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Hi, im a newbie on this forum so im sorry if im making any mistake. I have xperia sola from September 2012. it was
working well untill almost a year back. Check this
I'm having same problem since then , maybe because of overcharging or maybe because I had some battery
monitoring apps installed. so from a year or so my phone cant stay up for more than 10mins and im living through
it, at first i had no idea how to fix it but when i checked sony forum i got to know it can be repaired by SUS/SOny
pc companion. I know all the steps about installing ics because i have done it by myself after buying this
phone.but now i cant because i have slow internet it will take forever to download it and there is no Sony service
center in my city. I searched about cyanogenmod and I really feel like trying it on my phone but im scared
because I haven't played with the ROM thing ever so i may brick the phone and then blame the developers. I can
download all the files required for cyanogenmod overnight on my phone and transfer them to laptop and do the
further steps. but the problem is , what if my phone turns off during installation process? will it get bricked? and
will it even solve the battery issue?
ok i cant post links over here i was just posting sony forum's thread.my phone's battery has problems it drops
from 100% to 0% from 90% to 0% , just at any point, i cant use my phone without charger being plugged in
8th June 2014, 11:38 AM   |  #2  
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Sir, you can check this for CM for XSola(the one by munjeni is bit old. Use the new one by XperiaSTE team)- [ROM] [UB] [XperiaSTE] CyanogenMod 11 and it won't hardbrick during flashing this, though if in anycase it turns off, the kernel supports offline charging Rest can be seen there.
Advice: Flash only after fully charging battery. Also I'll recommend you to try battery from some other phone. Also check these threads-
Xperia Sola - battery problems
Xperia Sola Advices, Tips to increase battery duration

Cheers,
AJ
8th June 2014, 11:53 AM   |  #3  
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You may also want to try if there's a wakelock problem, or try doing a factory reset just in case an app is eating you battery?
PS this is in addition to my reply to your other post
9th June 2014, 05:25 AM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by Abhinav2

Sir, you can check this for CM for XSola(the one by munjeni is bit old. Use the new one by XperiaSTE team)- [ROM] [UB] [XperiaSTE] CyanogenMod 11 and it won't hardbrick during flashing this, though if in anycase it turns off, the kernel supports offline charging Rest can be seen there.
Advice: Flash only after fully charging battery. Also I'll recommend you to try battery from some other phone. Also check these threads-
Xperia Sola - battery problems
Xperia Sola Advices, Tips to increase battery duration

Cheers,
AJ



as btiu said in my previous question, if it's official stock ROM's problem ,.flashing an unofficial mod wont really help and my phone has inbuilt battery.
and BTW im mam not sir
9th June 2014, 01:13 PM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by Butt3rfly29

as btiu said in my previous question, if it's official stock ROM's problem ,.flashing an unofficial mod wont really help and my phone has inbuilt battery.
and BTW im mam not sir

Oh sorry, maam Btw sir Abhinav2 should know more than I do.. I'm not really that sure if trying a new rom would help or not... Anyways don't be afraid to root. It's the first step to freedom! and a more productive time in xda
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