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malik786

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Hi every one

my acer liqued metal s120 have charging issue when i connect the charger or usb charger battery going charging but % not shown increase is shown to decrease spose that when connect the charger battery % shown 55% after some time shown 50% then 45% please tell me the solution thanks in advance

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OK, so is your phone overclocked? What rom are you on?

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Latest official Rom gingerbread 2.3.6 I already try custom Roms but issue not solve please help me thanx

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If you've tried custom roms then it might be a hardware problem. What clock speed are you at?
Is it possible to get to 100% if you have the screen off?

Edited by Mtman1, 12 July 2012 - 07:23 PM.

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malik786

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By default not change

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I think it's a hardware issue then, maybe you should send it back to Acer.... I'm not an expert in batteries tho

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TRy supercharger script to calibrate it :)

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Tell me how?

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Ianis G. Vasilev

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Better check battery usage (Settings > About phone > Battery use) and see what is sucking your memory. If there is nothing suspicious, wipe date and/or change cable (and make sure you use 5V for maximal charging speed).

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