False battery remaining

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  1. anewday

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    I just saw the red led flashing so I turned it on and it says less than 5% battery remaining. Then, I turned it off and back on and the screen shows 70% remaining. This freaking bug occurs in 2.0. Why don't they fix this in 2.1 already?? I'm so annoyed with the Droid today!!! :icon_evil:
     
  2. bomber889

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    This has never happened to me.
     
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    Haven't had.
     
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    I've had this problem. Occurs occasionally during heavy usage, but I just reset it. It's a small annoyance imo, but should be fixed of course.
     
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    I've had a similar problem once too. I was browsing online and looking at the indicator when I was done, I knew I had 60% left. I switched the screen off and checked the phone again about 30 minutes later and it had 5% left with red blinking LED. I thought that was odd so I plugged it into the charger. Sure enough, about 10-15 minutes later, the battery showed a 70% charge.
     
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    Just had this prob a few minutes ago. It happens every once in a while, just plug it in for a sec and its cool again.
     
  7. TheRedRat

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    Been there done that, same fix as above. Agreed, this is a bug and should be fixed.
     
  8. hookbill

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    Known issue. It's talked about probably once a week. You'll see it happen once, maybe twice (I've seen a few people say more but that's not my experience).

    Since November it's happened to me one time.
     
  9. jsh1120

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    And why hasn't Google or Motorola or Verizon or SOMEBODY fixed it???? My God! It's not as if they're busy doing things like churning out o/s updates full of enhancements! And why hasn't Google/Motorola/Verizon contacted you about that time it happened to you in November??? :icon_evil:

    As someone in the software industry, I have to conclude that folks who believe an intermittent, occasional bug can be tracked down, especially when it disappears when a phone is rebooted or recharged just don't understand the process.
     
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    Ok quick question then for you guys that have had this problem. Such as in my case, knowing I still had 60% left. Have any of you guys continued using the phone to see if it will still work pass 5% when it shuts off?
     
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    THis has never happened to me.
     
  12. hookbill

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    No, because when it happened to me I had no idea what was going on. Just like most everybody else I put it in my charger and came back to it 5 minutes later to see it went from 5% to 100%. And that's impossible to do in 5 minutes. :)
     
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