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[GUIDE] X10 Battery Calibration

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By ooidort, Senior Member on 6th February 2011, 01:19 PM
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7th February 2011, 08:43 AM |#11  
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I've done this and on the first try, it booted with 88%. I recharged it and on the next boot it came with 100%.

Let's see whether there is any real improvement :)

Thanks anyway for the guide.
7th February 2011, 09:26 AM |#12  
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Been through the cycle 5 times, still showing 87% at reboot.

Just for the record, I have the 435 firmware.

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it happened in the same way with me.

I have 504 firmware, x10a.
7th February 2011, 09:34 AM |#13  
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Cant we use the battery information menu? There you can see the battery voltage. The maximum is 4.2V.
7th February 2011, 10:08 AM |#14  
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Forget the "Wipe Battery Stats".
If you do the steps, except the 1, 3 and 4, the result described in the "8" step will happen.

in other words:
1.Battery is 100%
2. Take the battery off
3. Insert the charger chord
4. Put the battery back and wait for the phone to boot
5. Once the phone boots up, you will notice that the battery percentage is 88% instead of 100%.

In an infinite way.
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7th February 2011, 03:37 PM |#15  
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I followed the steps from the first post and the first time I reboot the phone went to 94%. I then charged to 100% and ran the steps again and this time I reboot to get 77%. I then ran the steps one more time and after reboot i got 100%. I then left the phone on standby and did not use it for 12 hrs and it was still at 87% battery. This is a definite improvement over before even on just standby I was lucky to get 24 hrs out of it and now it seems it can last about 80+ hrs on standby.

Im on .24 firmware with bluesparks rom.
7th February 2011, 06:13 PM |#16  
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first time i did this it booted at 96% then the second time 86% nothing strange as of yet
7th February 2011, 06:21 PM |#17  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by olavopb

Forget the "Wipe Battery Stats".
If you do the steps, except the 1, 3 and 4, the result described in the "8" step will happen.

in other words:
1.Battery is 100%
2. Take the battery off
3. Insert the charger chord
4. Put the battery back and wait for the phone to boot
5. Once the phone boots up, you will notice that the battery percentage is 88% instead of 100%.

In an infinite way.

The point is to wipe your phones memory of the battery thus learning your phone a new pattern or behavior, so i belive every step from original guide is nececcary.

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7th February 2011, 06:37 PM |#18  
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Originally Posted by Tjotte

The point is to wipe your phones memory of the battery thus learning your phone a new pattern or behavior, so i belive every step from original guide is nececcary.

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Yes. I arrived the this conclusion, after 5 attempts from original guide.
I told this in the post 12.
7th February 2011, 07:00 PM |#19  
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I've done this 5 cicles. It keeps showing 88% but battery life improved a lot. I had to plug every night but now it's my second day without recharging.

Thanks a lot! !!!

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7th February 2011, 09:03 PM |#20  
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I've done this 3 or 4 times now and in 12 hours I've gone from 100 to 87% including a few calls and a small bit of Sat Nav. I also have Ultimate juice. Still very good and would get over 3 days with this performance.

Still 88% all the time when rebooting and wiping the stats though.
7th February 2011, 09:19 PM |#21  
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Updated the guide. Thanks for your feedback.
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