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Root Battery Calibration Question

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by guss606, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. guss606

    guss606 Well-Known Member
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    Hello Guys,

    I am confused about this subject, I've been reading over the forums and found two deferent ways for calibration, which one should I follow?!

    On this forum i found this:
     

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  2. Slug

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    I've tried both procedures and found no difference between them. :)

    I use the second method myself as it's more convenient when testing ROMs. I wipe the stats then power down and give it an overnight charge. I'll then use the handset until it's unable to power-on (as described) and then fully charge again overnight.
     
  3. guss606

    guss606 Well-Known Member
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    Slug, Thank you for your reply.

    I used the first method, I will see how it goes, if it didn't work i'll try the second method.

    BUT ... haha there's always "but"s :p:p

    The second method says:
    Does that mean that I have to re-flash the ROM again, or it is not necessary?!
     
  4. Xyro

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    Usually the reason people calibrate is because they are switching ROMs. You should be fine just wiping the battery stats if you're not switching ROMs.
     
  5. deisel

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    is it normal that its taking forever to charge? i did the first method about 2am last night and now its almost 12pm and its only at 36%.....
     
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