Lmao. I agree usmc.Originally Posted by usmc111111
You don't need an app to do a battery meter calibration. Follow these steps to fix your battery meter reading...
Battery meter training:
*with phone powered off, charge it to 100% (you can check the % of charge by pressing the volume button).
*When it reaches 100%, turn phone on, unplug, use your phone without charging it until it gets to the low battery warning (10-15% charge).
*Turn phone off and charge it while off until it reaches 100% again.
*Turn phone on and use it and charge it as you normally would.
Also, check to make sure it is not on global data. Go to settings --->more... (under data usage) ---> mobile networks ---> network mode ---> select LTE/CDMA.
And, in Smart Actions, enable battery extender. It will turn off Wi-Fi, data, and sync when your screen is off and automatically turn it all back on when you unlock your screen (Wi-Fi, data and sync use a lot of battery...no reason to have it running when you are not using your phone).
Lol! Thanks usmc! I cheat though, lol! For frequently needed fixes (such as battery, rooting, etc), I have those saved in my Clipper app so all I have to do is paste what I already have saved.Originally Posted by usmc111111
I would definitely do an fdr. Back in the og droid days, you would not even consider changing your Rom without doing an fdr because of the conflicts between the old and the new. My opinion is that it should still be done as a matter of course every time you change a Rom. I got in the practice of doing fdr's then so it seems painless to me now.Originally Posted by mikepahl318