Hello, newcomer's here. I've rooted my N7000 & installed stable CM 10.1.3 ROM, but I can't run any apps more than 10 minutes or less.
When I runs an app (especially games), even when the battery was 100%, the device will force shut. When I immediately turned it on after the
force shutdown, it will force shut at cynogenmod boot screen, but sometimes when I managed to (barely) get in, the battery bar indicates there's
only 1% charge left.
So, I thought I should try BatteryCalibration, but still the same issue. Then I thought maybe it's the ROM, so I
installed the updated nightly version CM 10.2 ROM, and the same issue occurs again. I've searched in "All Forums" and found the idea on "wipe
battery stats" in recovery after install new ROM, but I can't find that option in CWM. Then, I read the idea of wiping battery stats has no effect at
all in the battery issue (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2256038
). So, I flashed the stock ROM back and I didn't
face any issue on force shut and rapid battery drain anymore. But I've found a similar situation faced by other member in this thread
. Do I have to go that far just for remedy?
Is there any solution for this? Because I like custom ROM than using the stock, it's fast and swift RAM usage. Thanks for any advice on this.