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I Have a lg gt540 with cyanogenmod 7(2.3.2) installed and I went to clockwork recovery and selected fix permissions then it freezed so I removed the battery and from then It goes to 10% immediately

Can U help me ?? I reflashed cyanogenmod but didnt work :(

--Edit --

I think It's working again ( Still Testing) this is what I did :

I reflashed ROM and Recovery

Then Discharged the battery until it turned off

Then I charged for 1 hour ( on my phone it reached 65-70%)

Then Unplugged the charger and Played games and run apps for 1hr(It get to 45%)

Then I Put it In charger for 7 hours(to 100%) Without using the phone

And plug it out of charger for 8 hours with out using the phone

And after that I checked the battery Its 85%(I think 85% Is good after 7 hours standby With WIFI turned on,Isn't it ?)

Hope It works with all of you :D

Edited by marlboroazrag

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JackG    0

Try calibrating your battery,

basically, Charge the device fully, then Drain it till it wont turn on no more

then plug in the charger while holding the home button to get into Clockwork, then go to advanced and then wipe battery stats, reboot your device, then charge fully for around 16 hours, this should help slightly.

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Dr.Alani    0

try to charge the battery until it is full. then, reconnect it to the charger until it says charged.

keep doing this for an hour or so. afterwards, boot into recovery an for an option to erase battery stats.

this might help.

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thanks ,, I will do this and give you the results

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okey :D Edited by marlboroazrag

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vine87    0

Agree with fdespotovski about the roms draining the battery. I tried joe.stones clean android and the battery life is better and does not drop to 85% as soon as you unplug it. It drops to 90% for me after about 45 minutes of use. But, and I say but, I have noticed that the battery drops from 50% to 20% without going through 40-30 on joe.stones. Lets face it though people the gt540 isn't super expensive so you get what you pay for; that said its a brilliant phone and I love it. :D

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JackG    0
It's the ROM that drains the battery. So calibrating will help but not too much.

For some reason, my battery is fine with CM7 after I calibrated it, its very strange :D

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biep    2

I Have a lg gt540 with cyanogenmod 7(2.3.2) installed and I went to clockwork recovery and selected fix permissions then it freezed so I removed the battery and from then It goes to 10% immediately

Can U help me ?? I reflashed cyanogenmod but didnt work :(

--Edit --

I think It's working again ( Still Testing) this is what I did :

I reflashed ROM and Recovery

Then Discharged the battery until it turned off

Then I charged for 1 hour ( on my phone it reached 65-70%)

Then Unplugged the charger and Played games and run apps for 1hr(It get to 45%)

Then I Put it In charger for 7 hours(to 100%) Without using the phone

And plug it out of charger for 8 hours with out using the phone

And after that I checked the battery Its 85%(I think 85% Is good after 7 hours standby With WIFI turned on,Isn't it ?)

Hope It works with all of you :D

What I did ?

I charged untill 100 %.

Deleted my batterystats.bin which is in sdcard/data/system (only for rooted phones)

My battery lasts much longer as the phone generated a new batterystats.bin now, and believe me, my phone died after a few hours...now he lasts a few days....

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