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Old January 24th, 2013, 11:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Battery reporting wrong size?

I bought one of those Anker 1900 batteries and when i put it in the phone the battery calibration app says its at least a 4079 size. How can the size being reported differ so much? I deleted the battery stats file in recovery before putting it in btw. I am running Cm10.1 from dastin with s-off.

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Old January 29th, 2013, 01:34 AM   #3 (permalink)
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1900 mAh
4079 mV
units of measurement are important
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Wow I feel dumb now lol OK then now I have an actual issue and that is that my battery only seems to charge to 99%
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Wow I feel dumb now lol OK then now I have an actual issue and that is that my battery only seems to charge to 99%
Just keep charging it... It'll hit 100% eventually; it could take a few hours though, and hitting 100% isn't that important. You can try to reboot to get a slightly more accurate reading (because it's not really at 99%). There's no way to fix this that I know of, but it's not a huge problem. Your phone will still report the percentages pretty well after unplugging it for a while.
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Just keep charging it... It'll hit 100% eventually; it could take a few hours though, and hitting 100% isn't that important. You can try to reboot to get a slightly more accurate reading (because it's not really at 99%). There's no way to fix this that I know of, but it's not a huge problem. Your phone will still report the percentages pretty well after unplugging it for a while.
I have a 3400 mAh extended battery in my phone, and it takes over an hour to get from 99% to 100%. But when it gets there, it's a true 100%. It doesn't fall to 95% quickly.

Also, does anyone know the minimum voltage needed by Android? I've had my battery as low as 3.122 V before it shut down. Prior to that, during some calibration, 1% was 3.3V.
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