Yes, you can still do the battery meter training on a certified replacement (that is the same as the original only it has been used then restored to new condition). Until you do the battery meter training, you will not know for sure whether your battery is actually doing good or what the real culprit is.Originally Posted by sunshine81039
Because the phone is fairly new, you probably do not need to do an FDR and you should be on the latest update (which is ICS) but you better double check to make sure. Go to your phone settings then go to the bottom, About phone. Check to see what the Android version. If it is 4.0.4 then you have the latest ICS update.
The .215 is an update leak to ICS that has been pretty successful for everyone. If you feel you would like to install it, it is pretty easy and we can walk you through it.
Steps to do for now is:
*check your android version to make sure you have the latest update (instructions above) and let us know,
*check to make sure your phone is not on global mode (instructions for that are in my previous post)
*as cleave mentioned which is a huge battery saver is to go into Smart Actions and enable Battery extender. You can do that immediately.
* do the battery meter training (instructions for that are in my previous post).
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