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Discussion in 'Droid 2 Tech Issues' started by Mrgrey06, Feb 1, 2011.

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    Been having a weird issue with my phone. I want to check the battery stats, and its keeps showing as if I just connected it recently, which i haven't. I connected it last four hours ago.

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    You could try deleting the battery stats, either manually or with one of the apps on the market that does it (I remember this being a secondary function of something I used... maybe CWR?).
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    If you decide to delete the batterystats file be sure to charge the phone to 100% first or your battery meter's accuracy will be screwed up.
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    Thanks. How do I do it manually? Never done that before.

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    Boot into clockwork and batterystats in in the Advanced section.

    You can also do it from Root Explorer: navigate to Data/System and long press the batterystats.bin file and select delete. I don't recall that this area is "read only". If it is, press the R/O button to change it to R/W and then delete the file.

    Reboot and you're good to go. Of course if you do it from Clockwork you only have to Boot, not reboot.:):)
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