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  1. momopebl

    momopebl Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi every one! just have one question.
    Is this the right way to push the batterystats. bin, not really sure am doing it right

    adb push file /data/system

    OR

    adb push file /data/ system/file


    any help would b appreciated!
     

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  2. djquick

    djquick Well-Known Member

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    The first one is correct
     
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  3. Nu11u5

    Nu11u5 Well-Known Member Developer

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    technically..

    Code (Text):
    1. adb push file /data/system/file
     
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  4. carbontulip

    carbontulip New Member

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    Hey guys,

    I quickly threw together this battery calibration app - enjoy!

    Please note: for ROOTED phones only and use at your own risk.

    the file was removed for some reason (may be you guys have complained about it being a malware, LOL)
     
  5. j0hnh0lmes

    j0hnh0lmes Well-Known Member

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    Do not use above ^^ could be fraud as he only has 1 post. Probably mal-ware of some sort.
     
  6. Slug

    Slug Check six! Moderator

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    Some explanation of how the app works would certainly be welcome. Downloading unverified files from download hosts isn't the safest behaviour. ;)
     
  7. carbontulip

    carbontulip New Member

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    app screens:

    [​IMG][​IMG]


    no malware in my app. The UI is not sexy as this was a quick app, but this is my screenshot: [​IMG]

    :)
     
  8. carbontulip

    carbontulip New Member

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    Hey Slug,
    It is easy:
    1. delete batterystats.bin when your battery is close to 0%
    2. turn off the phone
    3. charge the phone FULLY OVERNIGHT - this means full charge
    4. turn the phone on in the morning and voila! your batterystats.bin regenerates, starts from 100%

    I basically replicated the steps for removing the batterystats.bin file but without using ADB or executing any *NIX commands. That is why the root is needed so the files can be removed from the system and the phone may be shutdown.

    I am getting 2 days 11 hours from my Behold II (1.6)


    removed the link to rapidshare as it is now in Market
     
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    carbontulip New Member

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