How do we calibrate battery? I loaded miui without having 100%...Did I **** up? lol
As i know MIUI is a radical HTC Desire (and N1) Chinese ROM – built from Google source code, it is similar to Cyanogenmod, however, is much more stable, smoother and it has a GUI that puts Cyanogen and most Android GUI’s to shame. As MIUI isnot based on HTC Sense UI it is quite a different feeling after using a standard HTC Desire, but it does have a lot of similarities to Sense UI.I think this will help you.
Already posted how in this thread. Fully charge...boot to recovery...advanced menu wipe battery stats...run phone down till it dies w/o charging....charge completely...use as normal. Some ppl power cycle twice. Give a few days use for your cpu to learn your battery again. Should notice accurate reporting of battery level afterward.
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For me personally, MIUI has become my ROM for now. I have tried them all. I came from LFY, which I loved, and also SS. The UI is completely different from any rom out there, and is iphone looking but the Iphone can not touch this. the Devs of this ROM are amazing. They took a Chinese ROM and converted it to English. What an undertaking.
My battery life has been outstanding. I am doing a second power cycle to get a good calibration with the CPU, but it took almost 24 hours for the battery to die completely. Which coming from charging it every 10 hours this is amazing.
The Updates come very often, but with each update a new tweak is added. Only thing I wish was that they updates would come out as a patch instead of a full rom. But other than that, it is working great. Give it a try, you wont be dissapointed.
Calibrating your battery and Android - Android Forums
Yeah, it's batterystats.bin. Read the link above before doing it though. :P
If anyone wants to try MIUI but isn't too keen on losing the app drawer (I wasn't, because thats' freaking stupid), just use a launcher like LP or ADW and viola.. app drawer.
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