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Support question about calibrating extended battery

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by meshflesh, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. meshflesh

    meshflesh Newbie
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    Ok i followed the first step of letting the battery reach 0% and then die.

    The next step would be to let the phone charge while off till 100%.

    Problem is, Im going out tonight so i wont have time to wait 5 hours to wait for my indulge to charge fully.

    So my question is: If i use my "stock battery" tonight while i go out....and then continue the calibration process of my extended battery the next day....... will that mess up the whole process??
     

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    Most likely not, however if you are charging the crap out of that battery in the phone with it off, I would suggest making it a non-stop charge.

    Some this stuff about lithium batteries are certainly old wives tales. So I can only convey what seemed to work for me. Charging the extended batter in the phone, as long as you possible can, occasionally unplugging it, turning it on, turning it off, and plugging it back in has worked for me.

    I only put merit in this mind you because the indulge has a really hard time recognizing the proper capacity of these batteries. Try it and see if it helps.
     

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