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[Q] Battery drained to zero when mobile switched off

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By chinmay.garg, Junior Member on 9th February 2014, 10:07 AM
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I received my Moto G on 8th Feb (Saturday). I opened the packet at night. After checking everything, plugged the charger and Moto G came to life. Battery level showed 55%, which was unusual. Not sure how can this phone show 55% charging just after coming out of the box!!!??

Then I let it charge for 2-3 hours before turning it ON. When batter charging showed 100%, i removed the charger and switched on the phone.

I then enjoyed the UI of phone for about an hour and then switched it off. Then during afternoon when i tried to turn it on (as it was already charged at night), it showed no signs of life. I then connected my charger and was kinda annoyed to see that battery level is showing 0%.

Do anyone has any idea why & how is this happening?
9th February 2014, 11:36 AM |#2  
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Its a known bug when newly launched in brazil ..most of the people had the same complaint. .check the older threads in general and troubleshooting.

Seems like indian handsets come with this bug too.. nothing serious but still annoying ...
9th February 2014, 06:41 PM |#3  
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Thanks for reply.

I gained awareness from a friend that this is something called Battery Calibration. When it showed me 55% initially, it might actually be very less and when it showed 100% in 2 hrs, it might be still very less in actual. I might have used all that very less charging and when switched off, it used up the left over even less battery.

I think if anyone else too faced this problem, it must only be in initial days. I am just hoping that i don't face this problem again.

Anyone body has any view over this, plz feel free to share.

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