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Default [Q] Battery Percentage not updating after switching batteries?

I just recently acquired a second OEM battery, but when I replace it when it's fully charged into the phone after the first one is depleted (~10-15% left), the battery percentage doesn't increase and stays the same. Is there any software tweak that has to be done in order to get the phone to recognize the new battery?

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Have you tried killing/charging your new battery, or a battery stats wipe?

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When you take the old battery out, try leaving it with no battery for about a minute, then put the new one in. I think it needs time to "forget" the old battery %.
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When you take the old battery out, try leaving it with no battery for about a minute, then put the new one in. I think it needs time to "forget" the old battery %.
Correct, but not even a minute. 10-20 seconds.
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Correct, but not even a minute. 10-20 seconds.
This is the same as deleting battery stats in cwm.

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This is the same as deleting battery stats in cwm.

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My second battery isn't always fully charged, so I'd prefer not doing so if possible. Will definitely try leaving the battery out for longer, and report back on how it goes.

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