Originally Posted by mofoahh
yes full charge voltage should be around 4.2. Try charging it with the phone OFF till your charge indicator is green. This way you can achieve a full charge.
By the way how the hell are you getting 48 hours on light usage?? excuse my language. What are your setcpu settings, configurations. etc.
no set cpu, no auto task killer.
first, i start with a freshly formatted class6 card ( no dead blocks etc )
fresh build, watch logcat while booting, reboot after it settles down ( about 5 min)
once again, wait for things to settle before sighning in, wait for sync to finish, reboot
wait for system to settle, restore apps via TB. once it settles down again, you guessed it, reboot
once up and running again, i run autostarts ( free on market) , i kill most apps from auto starting on boot
i then fully charge the batt, reboot while pluged in, wipe stats. i then fully drain the battery till it shuts down, reboot w/o plugging in.. this drains it the rest of the way. if it manages to fully boot i watch battery voltage, plug it in just as it hits 3.00v, then let it fully charge. once fully charged, shut down, charge till light turns green, reboot... .enjoy
once a month i deep condition my battery.
once the phone shuts down, i use a #194 automotive bulb across the battery terminals, i drain it down to 2.6v ( DO NOT GO BELOW 2.5V!!!! )
i dont do it exactly the same each time, but thats the basic idea.
biggest contributers in my opinion to my batt life:
1. battery conditioning
2. setting phone up , leting it become stable on initial boot up
3. freshly formating sd card in linux, no errors, no leftover data ( 0 wipe)
4. comon sence useage.