Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Androidconda, Jan 12, 2013.
I have CM10 and this is what happens to my battery. Anyway to fix this?
I see no problem.
I see the problem.
On the left, look at the very first peak. Look to the right a little. See how its cut off and suddenly drops?
He ran a hardware-intensive app, watched a video, etc? With the amount of time showed in this graph, that drop was probably around 10-30 minutes. The graph is showing over a day.
Only apps I have are tapatalk and the gapps that I flashed with cm10. Idk whats doing this.
I dunno, this doesn't happen to me, that I have noticed anyway. My battery lasts 2-3 days idle. I will check my battery stats in a few hours, and if I don't get anything, then again tomorrow, see if I get any drops like that.
Did you ever calibrate your battery stats? I don't know if the rule still applies on newer phones but you usually calibrate your battery stats after installing a new ROM on it. The Android technology never shows a "true" percentage of battery power to prevent overcharging it.
Calibrating your battery is a myth
Its tru calibration is best new or old but not just the calibration is good its charging and killing that following it.but when you calibrate a battery try to do a fix permission in the clockworkmod ...
He was saying that constantly charging and unpluging your phone when it is not needed nukes your battery.
Just roll with the battery drain, bro. I called this out when we had the first alpha, we are still in the development phase and bugs do need to be ironed out. If you cannot live with it then switch back over to 4.0.4, at least you know that is stable.
(Edit) Permission reset? Why the f**k would that be needed for battery calibration?
What firmware is OP running? Aren't we all supposed to be on D??
Yes supposed to be on D for cm10 to function properly or even boot?
It's supposed to only run with d, but can run with c when modded right. I'm running mine from c and then flashing cm10... I don't know what the hell I did and I've been trying to replicate it.
Looks like the phone was searching for radio signal during the period of rapid depletion.
I also don't really see a problem.