battery meter calibration FAIL!

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    This thing just won't die! 2 am, 4:45 min of screen on time, YouTube, Netflix, texting, calling, downloaded all my apps and music, email sync... still had 29% left. 4G on all day! So yeah I decided not to wait til it hit 10% if I wanted to get some sleep lol
     
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    Well, if you want you can simply power off while it has 29% left, then power back on at a later time and continue the discharge process till you get to 10%. It's the same whether it's a one-shot discharge or discharged over more than one usage period.
     
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    That's good to know. I'll do that! Thanks.
     
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    No problem. What's most important is that you EVENTUALLY get to the 10% warning pop-up screen, which is proof that the discharged flag is set properly. Good luck! :biggrin:
     
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    On my old OG RAZR I would get the pop up at 5%. Does it mean that it wasn't calibrated right?
     
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    The OG Razr was running Gingerbread and there were two stages of low battery. The first was at 15%, the second was at 5%. The new ICS OS has changed the first warning to 10% (to extend the usage time), but I believe there's still a 5% warning as well.
     
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    I was running ICS on it. A lot of the time I wouldn't get the 10% warning just the 5% one. I'm glad I moved up to the Maxx. Right now my OG RAZR would be at 20%. I'm at 71% on the Maxx.
     
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    Yeah, that fat battery in the MAXX is pretty nice! :D

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