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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SjaakPolak, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. SjaakPolak

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    Hi Everyone,

    Some day ago, after I charged Samsung Galaxy Gio, I disconnected it from the charger, after which the notification that the phone was still charging and was 100% remained present for the entire day. It does not say it's running on the battery. One time, suddenly the message disappeared and it showed a 30% level, which was representative at the time.

    But as said, when disconnected, the notification of 100% charged remains while I have disconnected the phone. Does anyone know what to do?


    I really need your help!
     

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  2. Peteragent5

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    You could try fixing your permissions in Rom Manager (it's an app) but first you need to be rooted (use superoneclick).
    In Rom Manager scroll down until you see Fix Permissions
    (do not use recovery to do this method)
    Click it and wait.
    Once your done reboot phone.

    Hit thanks if this helped you!
     
  3. SjaakPolak

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    Ok, so I installed ROM, but I do not understand the 'superoneclick' part. What program should I use, and what is the use of 'superoneclick'?
     
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    1.lol Go uninstall Rom Manager!
    2.Superoneclick is a rooting tool for your device.
    3. Download and run superoneclick (on your Computer)
    4. On your phone goto settings>Applications>Developement
    5. Make sure USB debugging is checked on
    6. Hook phone to Computer with a USB
    7. Run superoneclick (that you just downloaded on your Computer)
    8. Click Root
    9. Wait for while
    10. Once done it should say OK at the bottom
    11. Restart phone
    12. Install Rom manager (On your phone)
    13. Open the app and scroll down untill you see Fix Permissions
    14. Click it and wait for a while. (If superuser permission pops up ALWAYS click ALLOW)
    15. Restart phone and see if your Problem is solved! :D
    Cheers!
     

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