Originally Posted by Trusselo
where did i say that? read again....
dont be a F#uckin smart ass
here let me explain in easier to explain terms...
"if you just calibrated it or it doesnt need it because it is already calibrated......"
Thanks .... that added and changed nothing about your response.
Let me slow it down a notch. I said if you flash with low battery you *may* (I used "recommendation" due to using the word "may") have a calibration issue with your new ROM, until your battery is recalibrated. (Based on many hurried flashes) I followed that up with a disclaimer that not every phone behaves the same.
You said that is untrue because your battery constantly dances between 95 and 100% when left plugged in. Just like your newest response this serves absolutely no purpose in explaining where you disagree and why.
Once more for the hearing impaired: your battery stats is a file on your phone. Still with me? Okay. When you flash a new ROM, all the files on your phone are deleted. Still there? Good, I'm glad you're keeping up. So if you delete all files, how does your phone still have that file?
So I guess there are people that have phones that magically retain the battery stats file after deleting it. I was simply saying I want one like that, because mine doesn't do that.
Use your words, without resorting to name calling or cursing, if you don't want a sarcastic response.
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