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    Do you think this will work on Extended Batteries as well? Here's the battery I have:

    Amazon.com: Motorola Droid A855 Extended Battery Replaces original BP6X 2300mAh Beware extended battery will increase the thickness of your phone and your protective covers or skins might not fit.: Electronics

    The life percentage drops rapidly. 2 hours of use and it drops down to 80%. Life can say 80% and right after I plug in the charger it says Fully Charged. I wiped the battery stats but I have no real way of knowing if it's truly at 100% or not.
    Charge it fully to 100% and beyond...let it charge overnight, then, immediately wipe your battery stats. Wipe 2X to be safe. Then you should notice improvement on the accuracy of your battery readings...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBee View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by spc_hicks09 View Post
    Do you think this will work on Extended Batteries as well? Here's the battery I have:

    Amazon.com: Motorola Droid A855 Extended Battery Replaces original BP6X 2300mAh Beware extended battery will increase the thickness of your phone and your protective covers or skins might not fit.: Electronics

    The life percentage drops rapidly. 2 hours of use and it drops down to 80%. Life can say 80% and right after I plug in the charger it says Fully Charged. I wiped the battery stats but I have no real way of knowing if it's truly at 100% or not.
    Charge it fully to 100% and beyond...let it charge overnight, then, immediately wipe your battery stats. Wipe 2X to be safe. Then you should notice improvement on the accuracy of your battery readings...

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    Awesome! Thanks for the speedy reply! Gonna try this out in the morning. Thanks again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spc_hicks09 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by spc_hicks09 View Post
    Do you think this will work on Extended Batteries as well? Here's the battery I have:

    Amazon.com: Motorola Droid A855 Extended Battery Replaces original BP6X 2300mAh Beware extended battery will increase the thickness of your phone and your protective covers or skins might not fit.: Electronics

    The life percentage drops rapidly. 2 hours of use and it drops down to 80%. Life can say 80% and right after I plug in the charger it says Fully Charged. I wiped the battery stats but I have no real way of knowing if it's truly at 100% or not.
    Charge it fully to 100% and beyond...let it charge overnight, then, immediately wipe your battery stats. Wipe 2X to be safe. Then you should notice improvement on the accuracy of your battery readings...

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    Awesome! Thanks for the speedy reply! Gonna try this out in the morning. Thanks again!
    Indeed...good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBee View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBee View Post

    Charge it fully to 100% and beyond...let it charge overnight, then, immediately wipe your battery stats. Wipe 2X to be safe. Then you should notice improvement on the accuracy of your battery readings...

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    Awesome! Thanks for the speedy reply! Gonna try this out in the morning. Thanks again!
    Indeed...good luck

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    No luck lol, it will jump from 80 to 30 but if I reboot, it goes back to 80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spc_hicks09 View Post
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    Awesome! Thanks for the speedy reply! Gonna try this out in the morning. Thanks again!
    Indeed...good luck

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    No luck lol, it will jump from 80 to 30 but if I reboot, it goes back to 80.

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    Hmm, that is very stange indeed...

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    I have 2 extendeds.....it works on both....problem is once you install it and start calibration it also "works it's magic"....I was only getting around 12 to 15 hours with heavy use to drain till dead.....well on this one I am at 22 and a half hours and still have 25%.....stupid thing takes forever to drain....and that is OC'd with very heavy use. Once it drains till dead you recharge and it sets in. But I can tell you this app alone just from install and initial run has made a world of a difference with my battery. And this is the 1860 one.

    I would really try that app I posted if I were you.
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    Hmm... I'm running a 2800mAh battery on my D1 and have been using Battery Left Widget to attempt calibrations.
    I'm not sure how this app would work in conjunction with BLW.
    I ran the battery down from 4200mV to 3350mV (dead) and it took 125 hours to do it. I'm not on a network, though, just wifi.
    Battery Left Widget still thinks I've only got about 80 hours of life possible from the battery, but it's not fully calibrated yet. How can it think 80 when I went past 125??
    Ah well... more experiments...
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    Ok- new experiment for me...
    Battery Left Widget decided that the battery only had 40 hours of life in it on the second go-around. This *after* the phone made it to 125hrs. (facepalm)

    So, I've grabbed down Battery Monitor Widget as well in order to better gather data.
    Also, I've charged the phone to a full 4197mV and run the Battery Calibration reset app and also reset the BLW calibration.
    Maybe in a week I'll see what's going to happen.

    I might even be on the network with this thing by the end of this week and have to use it like a phone.
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    I just noticed that Battery Monitor Widget also has the option to reset the battery statistics on rooted phones.
    From the main screen, >menu>statistics>Are you sure you want to clear battery statistics (rooted phones)? Ok/Cancel
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