battery help???

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    I flashed the speedlite aokp ROM on my bionic and now the battery just gets drained it drops a % like every few minutes can anyone help I read about battery calibrating but my os is what's draining my battery. unless that's normal?

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    You can reset your battery calibration inside of your recovery. Usually, you get messed up battery #s after a new ROM install, so I wouldn't worry just yet. I'd run your phone until it shuts itself off due to low battery. I've had my battery report 1% left and then run for another hour, after a fresh ROM install.
     
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    I tried I don't think it worked I barley unplugged my phone maybe an hour ago and its already at 83 haven't really been using it. My os is at about 45 % right now is that normal?
     
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    My menu home back and search LEDs never turn off might that be the problem? If so anyone know how to turn them off?
     
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    If this just started with in the installation of a new rom, I would immediately reflash the rom. Anytime I have an issue with a new rom or new kernel and the issue is not widely reported by others, I reflash. If the problem persists, I go to a different rom. Before reflashing you might want to redownload the rom and be sure to check the md5 to assure you've gotten a good download.

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