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Root overclocking and battery conditioning

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by timcity, Feb 12, 2010.

  1. timcity

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    I've read a lot of posts about battery conditioning to get the most out of your phone and now since I rooted my phone and overclocked it and tend to change my cpu speed through out the day so I was wondering how this affects the battery life and if I should recondition the battery
     

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    Lithium Ion batteries don't need conditioning, that's something for Nickle Cadmium/NiMH batteries.


    The only thing you need to do with Li-Ion is calibrate the sensor like once every three months by letting it run all the way down and charging it fully again after.
     
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    Oh I thought that was the same as calibrating it. So I guess I don't need to do anything different
     

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