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Default 1% battery increments

I searched the xperia forum and I am not able to find information about this issue.
I would like to help making a new battery.dll.
I am trying to contact CRCinAU who did this successfuly for trinity so he can spread some light.
Has any of you already tried battery.dll from blackstone on his xperia?
Or has anyone made any steps towards a working solution?

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From what I've read, the X1 battery controller supports no other than 10% increments. If the hardware is not able to tell the software what the % is, nothing can help you.
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yes but that's what everyone believed for the tytn, trinity and I think hermes as well! Could you show me where you read this?
 
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yes but that's what everyone believed for the tytn, trinity and I think hermes as well! Could you show me where you read this?
You are correct, Also back in the days. TyTN II only -10% and now every rom has -1%.
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well it seems no one is interested.
CRCinAU has not replied to my message either.
The solution is probably identical to the other devices that had this issue so it's just a matter to get some hints (where to look inside battery.dll).
 
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I can hardly believe it, but if you do make a find, don't hesitate to post it.
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here the same if you can find an solution then i also would welcome when you post it here
 
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I tested one of thse power drivers (its a dll in the end) and didnt work... It would have to be adapted for the xperia
 
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...and it has to be cooked-in as far as I remember form the TyTn roms.
 
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to cook it inside isnt an problem at all, but to get an working dll or whatever is needed is the problem

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