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howto get your battery working correctly for Liquid E acer ferrari special edition

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if you use any customized rom on your acer ferrari your battery will be flashing non stop.

thanks to Nadeemk I was able to solve this problem

please read this first http://code.google.c...es/detail?id=93

in my case I am working actually with twrp 2.2.2.1 and CM9

1 boot into recovery and make a full backup

2. start your phone

3 download the malez recovery with the img for acer ferrari. http://code.google.c...ri.img&can=2&q=

4 flash the acer ferrari recovery onto your phone.

5 with the acer tools you flash the binfile you find it in the original solution of Nakeemk

6 after the flashing you boot the phone make sure that the usb debug mode is enabled in your settings menu

7 flash the twrp recovery(in my case) back on your phone

8 shutdown the phone

9 boot into recovery

10 restore previous made backup just restore the backup without wiping anything!!

11 reboot the system and your battery status should be correctly shown

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Glad to know your problem is solved, although i have a A1 but others will get help from your post.

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if you use any customized rom on your acer ferrari your battery will be flashing non stop.

thanks to Nadeemk I was able to solve this problem

please read this first http://code.google.c...es/detail?id=93

in my case I am working actually with twrp 2.2.2.1 and CM9

1 boot into recovery and make a full backup

2. start your phone

3 download the malez recovery with the img for acer ferrari. http://code.google.c...ri.img&can=2&q=

4 flash the acer ferrari recovery onto your phone.

5 with the acer tools you flash the binfile you find it in the original solution of Nakeemk

6 after the flashing you boot the phone make sure that the usb debug mode is enabled in your settings menu

7 flash the twrp recovery(in my case) back on your phone

8 shutdown the phone

9 boot into recovery

10 restore previous made backup just restore the backup without wiping anything!!

11 reboot the system and your battery status should be correctly shown

hey paulus4605 thanks for this fix !!!.... It works. :)

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thank you very much,It work correctly

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