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Support Battery Meter Showing a Question Mark

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by MikeTyson, Feb 19, 2010.

  1. MikeTyson

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    Friend of mine said he activated a Droid today, brand new, and the battery meter is showing a "?".... No meter just the empty battery meter with a question mark inside of it...

    Anyone have that issue or ever heard such a thing?:thinking:
     

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    After a bit of searching i came across this on motorola's support forum.

    Sounds like the problem. Other things I came across were cleaning the battery contacts and double checking the seating of the battery.
     
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    I had the same problem. I just removed the battery, and put it back in. All seems to be working now. Hopefully that solved it!
     
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    That's interesting, never had it happen to me but will store it, that way if it happens, I'll know how to fix it..
     
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    i had the same issue, read all the forums and tried everything. finally i put the battery only in the freezer away from water(lithium reacts with water) and waited 5 to ten minutes and then put the battery back in and plugged it in, pushed power on, and instant start up with 5% battery life already. try this and let me know the results. Thanks ahead for feedback. :D
     
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    But... my phone got a non removable battery!

    (my phone is a moto g)
     

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