Thanks Meter 33
Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Denver, Colorado
Originally Posted by maxh
The developer responded to me and suggested I needed to manually override the battery's capacity. He didn't tell me how, but I found it:
Menu > Settings > Monitoring > Battery capacity
Manually entering the capacity here results in mAH being displayed now. Unfortunately, I wanted to use this program to analyze actual battery capacity for comparing the OEM to some aftermarkets; I don't know if I can effectively do this if I have to fudge the capacity.
I have sent feedback numerous times to the developer - no reply so far. Good to know that at least I can manually enter the correct capacity instead of 1500 that it was showing.
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