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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by auroha, Nov 23, 2014.

  1. auroha

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    My phone had broken screen and had to replace it, when i got it back, the phone wasnt porperly stuck together. and now it has battery problems. arround 90 percent the phone goes off, saying it has no battery.
    I updated to kitkat, and reformatted still the problem occurs. I charge it whole night same problem, no problem with charger, tried erasing suspicious apps or files, and now im tired. Whenever i switch the phone off and on, it gives me random battery percent, first it gave me 67 percent and then 97 percent and then back to 67. I have no god damn clue how to solve this, and it is really tempting to buy a new phone after the screen broke from .3 m drop and then its THIS. im hoping to give one last try, from ur suggestion maybe. One solution i havent tried is replacing battery, but thats gonna cost a lot. so basically it shows 63 percent when its actually 3 percent battery. and it seems that the software stops charging at one point to avoid overcharge. any answer will be heartwarming.
     

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    #1 auroha, Nov 23, 2014
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    I also have a problem with my LG Optimus G. I have Android KitKat, software 20C, rooted phone. Yesterday my phone battery dropped to 0%. I was sick and I didn't have time to charge it. Today I plug my charger but nothing happens. LED isn't working (no red colour), there is nothing on my smartphone display. What's the problem with this smartphone, I hope he isn't bricked.
     
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