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16th February 2013, 09:45 AM |#61  
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Lol. Did your battery explode or what?

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After more than a year of usage, I started to feel that the battery was getting old. BMW pro was reporting an estimated capacity of 2000mah. So I decided to buy recently an ANKER 2700mah and I really felt the difference!! BMW pro is reporting a capacity of 2800mah now which is close enough to the real capacity of the Anker. That's almost 40% more juice to power my (not so) little precious
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After more than a year of usage, I started to feel that the battery was getting old. BMW pro was reporting an estimated capacity of 2000mah. So I decided to buy recently an ANKER 2700mah and I really felt the difference!! BMW pro is reporting a capacity of 2800mah now which is close enough to the real capacity of the Anker. That's almost 40% more juice to power my (not so) little precious

Make sure that you are using a TW-based ROM... BMW's estimations seem to be wrong with a, say, CM-based ROM. I get 2300 - 3850 mAh estimates (on CM10.1), lol.
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For crying out loud. I'm gonna have to get the dogcatchers.
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For crying out loud. I'm gonna have to get the dogcatchers.



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Make sure that you are using a TW-based ROM... BMW's estimations seem to be wrong with a, say, CM-based ROM. I get 2300 - 3850 mAh estimates (on CM10.1), lol.

Yep I'm on a TW based ROM indeed.

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Guys, I have ordered a extended battery for my note N7000 (5200Mah) from eBay.. Will check and update you guys with the reviews.

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who makes the battery monitor widget you guys mention? I see a couple of programs that have exactly that name
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who makes the battery monitor widget you guys mention? I see a couple of programs that have exactly that name

BMW by 3C.
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