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[APP] Mobadi - Mobile Battery Discharger - 1.9.519 beta-build [UPDATE]

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By Eisbehr, Junior Member on 18th May 2009, 11:21 PM
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21st May 2009, 08:01 AM |#21  
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That's a great idea..
do you have a chance to operate mobadi on i900 omnia?
 
 
21st May 2009, 01:12 PM |#22  
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@ermenzegna:
Oh, thar kind of error ...
You use not the Original ROM on your TyTn, or?

@khaytsus:
Its a good Idea. I write it on my ToDo list. Thanks.

@kaanHAN:
Yes. A Version for non-HTC device will come. Probably it will run on all WM Devices, with one exception. Mobadi use the HTCUtil.dll. And that file is not on Omnia.
But wait, a Version will come, even for Omnia and Xperia.
21st May 2009, 06:06 PM |#23  
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yup, i use cook ROM.

ohhhhhhhh, maybe i should flash my ROM again to original one.
thanks for your respond, i appriciate that.

cheers.
21st May 2009, 06:20 PM |#24  
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Cooked ROMs must be supported when the version for non HTC Device is out.
25th May 2009, 02:00 PM |#25  
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Some little News, Mobadi in the actual version (1.9.519) will run on Sony Ericsson X1i (Xperia) without changes.
I think Sony Ericsson will not only use HTC Hardware, even the Software is from HTC.

The new Version of Mobadi will come soon ...

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25th May 2009, 10:18 PM |#26  
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Thanx for the development you do here. Since this is purely battery related thread let me point you to my "LI-ion batteries myth busting" thread....just to be sure to know what is good for your battery and what is not

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=518861

I don't mean to undermine your project in any way, just want to raise a warning to everybody who is planning on using your software on daily basis - with li-ion batteries you are likely to shorten battery life by dischsrging too deeply. It is recomended to charge more often rather than draining your battery to nearly 0% or even let it "die". However it is recomended to let the battery die once in 30 charging cycles to help the device to read battery level properly - and how I see it, that's a moment for your utility to jump in the scene

All the best to everybody!
25th May 2009, 10:30 PM |#27  
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Thanks for your post.
I think you Battery-Guide is great for some Questions here. If it is ok, i will include the link in my first post. So some user can read before use.

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25th May 2009, 10:41 PM |#28  
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Originally Posted by Eisbehr

Thanks for your post. I think you Battery-Guid is grad for some Questions here. If it is ok, i will include the link in my first post. So some user can read before use.

Eisbehr

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PS: Thread moved to "Raphael" section
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=518861
26th May 2009, 11:01 AM |#29  
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A good way to superdischarge is to turn on wifi
Have you seen this already?
26th May 2009, 11:29 AM |#30  
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Yes, WiFi is a nice way. Its a point for the next version(s).

I know BattLog. But ...
A "Battlog" that loggs if my device have phone service or not? Why?

If you want to write BattLog at your own, try the "tutorial" from CodeProject:
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/mobile/WiMoPower1.aspx :P
21st August 2009, 03:58 AM |#31  
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Excellent program.

I would like to humbly present a feature request:
Is it possible to make the program to measure the time to discharge and log the time the battery takes to reach 90%, 80%... 10% and even 5%?

Then, voila, we have a great app to measure battery capacities! It would be very useful when comparing a stock battery to an extended one. Especially when there are so many batteries floating around ebay with different more or less likely claims of mAh, most of them are probably just original batteries with new stickers...

What do you think?
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