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By NumairAdil, Member on 3rd July 2012, 06:56 PM
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Hi, I am using rooted wildfire with cm7.2 which is very nice rom and working almost perfactly,
Have a strange problom from some days that my device did,nt showing correct battery status and charging percentage.. always after charging whole night it shows just between 50 to 60 % charging.. if anyone knows that what kind of this issue plz tell me, is this a hardwear problem or any other issue?

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Hi, I am using rooted wildfire with cm7.2 which is very nice rom and working almost perfactly,
Have a strange problom from some days that my device did,nt showing correct battery status and charging percentage.. always after charging whole night it shows just between 50 to 60 % charging.. if anyone knows that what kind of this issue plz tell me, is this a hardwear problem or any other issue?

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Have you tried re-calibrating your battery?
3rd July 2012, 08:41 PM |#3  
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Yeah dear I have tried but battery celebration apps required 100% charging for celebration.. but my device has always showing under 60% charging that's why its not works..

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3rd July 2012, 08:53 PM |#4  
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If u know any other idea for battery calibration so kindly tell me, will really thankful

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4th July 2012, 09:44 AM |#5  
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Is it in your status bar that it shows the incorrect value?

Try going to Settings > About Phone > Status

It should tell you the correct value there. If it still shows up as the incorrect value i believe it could be a problem with your actual battery.
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Yeah dear I have tried but battery celebration apps required 100% charging for celebration.. but my device has always showing under 60% charging that's why its not works..

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In your case, you don't need an app for calibration. Since you can't get your phone to show correct status, reboot into Recovery, go to Advanced and Wipe Battery Stats. Reboot phone, Run Wifi, Bluetooth, Torch, Music and anything that could drain battery faster altogether until the battery runs down and switches itsef off. Try recharging and see the result.

Hope it helps.

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Thank u so much to all of u..
I,ll do it and see the results.. :beer:

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Thank u so much to all of u..
I,ll do it and see the results.. :beer:

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Hahaha.. sure

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Hi, dear all, last night I did the procedure as per ur instructions, I have wipe battery status into advance recovery mode and after drain my all power, after switching off the device automatically I have charged again whole night.. but have disapointment after turn on device in the morning.. the battery status showing same results as previous.. its confirm that my actual battery has working fine as usual, its given me standerd backup time like as I was got this device very first day.. but as u know everyone always need to know actual battery status of their device for avoiding inconveniance about lac of power so I also need this feature really.. plz help me out I am sufring from this issue a lot.. :what:

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