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By vidler, Junior Member on 16th August 2010, 04:33 AM
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26th November 2012, 06:52 PM |#711  
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Stunning how much people read this thread and remain under impression this is how calibration is supposed to be done. The only real calibration is through Nexus calibrator by Jon Richards and everything else such as deleting batterystats.bin is just foolish.

This thread should have tag 'deprecated' or something similar.

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29th November 2012, 09:24 PM |#712  
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Thanks a lot
1st December 2012, 01:29 PM |#713  
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Well, i tried this, and yesterday my phone shut down at 25% remaining... and since i was using sandvold's ics, the phone got into a bootloop... damnit, i was so carefull not letting that happen, and now i was forced to reflash the rom again.. oh well, i will try again when sandvold finally descides to make an update..

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1st December 2012, 01:36 PM |#714  
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Well, i tried this, and yesterday my phone shut down at 25% remaining... and since i was using sandvold's ics, the phone got into a bootloop... damnit, i was so carefull not letting that happen, and now i was forced to reflash the rom again.. oh well, i will try again when sandvold finally descides to make an update..

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Did u read the OP? A mod has edited it and said doing this method could damage ur battery

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1st December 2012, 01:51 PM |#715  
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Im sorry to give u confusional information, i actually used a battery calibration app i found on the market. But never thought of such an app until i read about it on this thread no worries, im not risking damage to my battery..

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1st December 2012, 02:47 PM |#716  
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Im sorry to give u confusional information, i actually used a battery calibration app i found on the market. But never thought of such an app until i read about it on this thread no worries, im not risking damage to my battery..

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Yh, if u ask me, i think this thread should be deleted anyway if it actually has damaged batteries

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1st December 2012, 03:50 PM |#717  
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Yh, if u ask me, i think this thread should be deleted anyway if it actually has damaged batteries

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True that! Mods, do ur thang!

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1st December 2012, 06:59 PM |#718  
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True that! Mods, do ur thang!

I wouldn't do it. There is warning about it, and sometimes you want to try everything before throwing out you battery. Then you can try this.
3rd December 2012, 09:19 PM |#719  
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I will try this method, sounds nice.
5th December 2012, 12:41 AM |#720  
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I'd rather use the NOBCAP method. It's safe and effective.

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5th December 2012, 04:04 AM |#721  
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My battery only works for 5 hours max! :S
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