Battery manager force close

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  1. bigfootjumpsuit

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    Since my upgrade my battery manager has been force closing. Did a factory reboot and it fixed it for a little while but now its back to force closing. Any advice?

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    I've noticed the same thing, I have a shortcut to Battery Use so I can see how long my battery has lasted on one of my homescreens, been getting this lately, too.
     
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    Update again: battery manager is force closing again. I'm at a loss. Do I take it to verizon? Or is this something I have to live with.

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    It's been happening to a lot of people since the update. Fortunately I'm not one of them.
     
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    It's intermittent but definitely a bug. Sometimes I can see the information and other times I can't.
     
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    I've had this issue before the update. Let it run w/o the charger for awhile. Check the battery manager. No dice? Plug in the charger, try checking. Unplug, etc... Eventually it works.