Razr Maxx Battery-Do I Need to Calibrate the Battery Tracker
I have been the proud owner of the Razr Maxx for a little under a week and I have been elated about it so far. Though I have been underwhelmed with the battery so far. The first two days I have had an average battery life of 8 hours with moderate use (I can't use it much during the day because of work) until I upgraded to ICS and did a factory reset. Also I set up some of my smartactions to shut off background syncing when I don't use it, etc. Also I adjusted my display to be less consuming. I also tried draining the battery to around 15-10% and charge it over night (with the phone still on). Now I can probably squeeze 12-14 hours out of the phone with light-moderate use (again for eight hours I can only really text and occasionaly check (FB). Should I keep up with this drain and charge calibration or should my phone be off when I charge?
The reason I suspect a battery tracker calibration as opposed to a dead battery is I downloaded a battery widget that also tells me how many mV I left in the battery along with percentage and this is the pattern roughly:
4200 mV: 100%
4100-4000 mV: 90%
3800-3900 mV: 80%
And so forth until I hit around 3400-3500 mV which will read 10-15% battery.
Isn't 3400 mV alot of juice just to be at 10%?!