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Old June 8th, 2012, 01:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Galaxy S (i9000) BIG Battery Issue

I have massive battery issues, and i need urgent help please
here are the problems;
Charges VERY slowly (8 hours to reach 40%)
Drains very quickly! ( i do have juice defender + low brightness etc)
The higher it charges, the slower its charging gets.

Here is what has happened.
My phone has been soft bricked coz i was getting used to flashing new ROMS.
both times, i have used USB Jig to get it out of soft-bricked state.
could this be the issue? (issue started after i got phone out of soft bricked state first time)
can i fix this battery issue somehow?
Cleaning battery stat bin will help? (note i cant get it to charge fully)
Is getting a new battery the solution or will it be same? (i have taken out battery and recharged, no change.)
im using a stock rom atm 2.3.6


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Old June 8th, 2012, 11:16 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Definitely worth trying to wipe the Battery stats file. You will need to be rooted to be able to do this though. My preferred method of rooting a stock ROM is the Chainfire method.

[30.03.2012][CF-Root 4.4] J-P/S/Q-*,JV-1KBHIOPQRSTAUV,JVU,JW4 - su+bb+2e/CWM-rfs+ext4 - xda-developers

Before you try this, you can perform a Wipe data/Factory reset, Wipe Cache partition and Wipe Dalvik Cache by going into Recovery mode.

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