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I have done that yesterday and just now phone shutdown at 18% again.. :S
I did that nexus calibration thingy couple of times and my battery dies at 8% nevertheless. I think our batteries are simply worn out.

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well yes, that is correct but as I already said my battery goes normal from 100% to 0% on AIO 3.5 sense ROM
 
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I did that calibration thing many time... but it never helped..

Would restoring my phone with an original RUU resolve the issue ?
Someone please reply..
 
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I did that calibration thing many time... but it never helped..

Would restoring my phone with an original RUU resolve the issue ?
Someone please reply..
Maybe your battery is "old"
Or if calibration don't help....try another calibration/recovery.

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Maybe your battery is "old"
Or if calibration don't help....try another calibration/recovery.

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What do you mean by "another calibration" ?
Can't it be solved through original RUU ?
 
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I got fed up doing the calibration that I accepted the fact that my phone dies at 15% exactly the same time I get the low battery warning. I really don't find it worth my time to stress about the battery not shutting down at zero... I'm more concerned about finding out what is the most stable, the fastest and the most recommended ROM out there for my Desire. :/

LG Nexus 5, LG Nexus 4, HTC Desire


- I feel oh so dirty flashing without wiping.
- Do a clean flash or just shut the hell up.
- My favorite rom got too bloated for my liking.
- I read the OP but where's the fun in that?
 
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To rule out battery hw fault try buy new battery ...not expensive on Amazon.

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Not expensive on Amazon is not necessarily a way out.
Its always better to stick to original or if you are an extensive user try Mugen.

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