Battery issue

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    Okay I have been using the extended battery and the battery meter has been off. Soi used battery calibrator from the market and follow the intructions. Now my phones at 80 % (battery indicator pro) and the stock battery bar shows only a sliver. Is this right? Or is there something wrong I can fix? I will post a screenshot

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    Is this normaol for extended battery?

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    I would post a pic but it says I can't. Can anyone help

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    Get Spare Parts and it'll tell you the battery voltage. Approximately 4200 mV is 100% and 3500 mV is 0-5%.
     
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    I'm talking about the stock battery meter. It seems off

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