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Default Incorrect Battery readings

Anyone else have this problem, where the phone will automatically shut off. When it does that, I enter bootloader, and it says battery is low, did a battery wipe in recovery, onto to see the battery, which was at 40%, now at 2%... Any reason why it's giving such a discrepancy....

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Download "Battery Calibration" from market. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nema.batterycalibration

Charge your phone until it says 100% and the light turns green. Unplug your phone. Plug it back in until the light turns green again. Open this app and calibrate your battery.

Should fix the issue

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Try this
http://www.techgenial.com/2010/08/ho...martphone.html
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Try this
http://www.techgenial.com/2010/08/ho...martphone.html
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That is a nice trick, but won't fix incorrect battery readings.

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funny thing, i tried that....
it likes to stick at 60% for like 7 hours, only to drop the ball and then show out of battery after it shuts down....
 
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could always treat it like a laptop battery to calibrate it, Charge it fully, let it go dead and keep the battery dead for at least 6 hours. Charge it up and let it stay charged for several hours before unplugging it.

Or try and take the battery out, hold the power button for a few seconds, reinsert the battery and try again. These things sometimes help on laptops, figured it couldnt hurt here.
 
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My solution is just keep it plugged in pretty much most of the time, and drain it weekly....
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I regularly calibrate my battery weekly. Although, the recovery I use displays battery percentage and it's often different (more accurate) then what is displayed on my battery icon.

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