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San Fran 2: How do I *manually* calibrate the battery, like the blade?

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Hello :-)

I have just got a San Fran 2, and I am wondering what the process is for battery calibration - is it the same as the original San Fran? I have this post as a reference - I really would prefer to do this *manually* and not with apps:

http://www.modaco.com/topic/323487-battery-recalibration-protip/

Thank you :)

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Hello :-)

I have just got a San Fran 2, and I am wondering what the process is for battery calibration - is it the same as the original San Fran? I have this post as a reference - I really would prefer to do this *manually* and not with apps:

http://www.modaco.com/topic/323487-battery-recalibration-protip/

Thank you :)

Go into CWM and select Advanced> Wipe Battery Stats
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Go into CWM and select Advanced> Wipe Battery Stats

That just wipes the battery stats, it doesn't *calibrate* the battery. I knew how to do that :)

Thank you.

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I've used this one since my first Android device;

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nema.batterycalibration&feature=related_apps#?t=W251bGwsMSwxLDEwOSwiY29tLm5lbWEuYmF0dGVyeWNhbGlicmF0aW9uIl0.

Just follow the simple in-app instructions and you're done, you will need root access.

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I've used this one since my first Android device;

https://play.google....GlicmF0aW9uIl0.

Just follow the simple in-app instructions and you're done, you will need root access.

Running that now - thank you. :D

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You're welcome

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This program does it by removing the batterystats.bin system file. The OS generates a new clean batterystats file soon, thus any fake information from the previous ROM is removed.

It has no impact on the current battery level shown to you.

It has no impact on your battery life.

Deleting it is not going to do anything to make your more device more fantastic and wonderful... well, unless you have some deep hatred for seeing anything shown in the battery usage UI. And anyway, it is reset every time you unplug from power with a relatively full charge (thus why the battery usage UI data resets at that point), so this would be a much easier way to make it go away.

https://plus.google.com/u/0/105051985738280261832/posts/FV3LVtdVxPT

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