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[FIX] Calibrating your battery to improve Battery Accuracy

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This fix is for those of us that have flashed many roms,done many wipes and so forth.

You can use this if your on Gingerbread or ICS regardless of what ROM you are on .

The only requirement is that you have root access but if you don't have root, skip to the second part of the guide.

To root your device follow these guides(Thanks to Cyda and Frankish for the Guides,And To Paul and Geno for the rooting tools.):

(GINGERBREAD BASEBAND)

http://www.modaco.co...nd-i-cant-do/��

(ICS BASEBAND)

http://www.modaco.co...300-b926hspa11/

You will need to download this app from the play store:

https://play.google....terycalibration

Once you have downloaded, follow these steps:

  • Connect Your Phone To The Charger
  • Once you have started charging the phone, charge to a 100% (this is important for it to work properly)
  • Within the app you have downloaded,Select the Battery Calibrate Option
  • Unplug your phone from the charger.
  • YOUR BATTERY IS NOW CALIBRATED !

    If for some reason you don't have root or you have no idea what root is, then just keep reading.
    Since you don't have root ,you can just do it this way:

    • Turn Your Phone on and charge for 8 hours
    • Unplug your phone from the charger
    • Turn Your Phone off(completely) and charge it for 1 hour
    • Unplug your phone from the charger
    • Turn on the phone and wait for 2 minutes
    • Turn off the phone again, and charge for 1 hour
    • Unplug the phone from the charger and turn it on
    • YOUR BATTERY IS NOW CALIBRATED !
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Yes. It is purely a statistical thing and does not reflect your actual battery performance.

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Or you can simply wipe battery stats from CWM since that's what all these so called calibrating tools are doing.

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To be fair ,it does say improve accuracy in the title rather than improve performance,and it does that.Also it's a much quicker method than booting into cwm to do it.

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To be fair ,it does say improve accuracy in the title rather than improve performance,and it does that.

No, it does not.

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