Question about Extended Battery Meter Calibration - Droid Bionic

Discussion in 'Smartphone Battery Discussion' started by Marcial1219, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. Marcial1219
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    I did a search and read where it is recommended to charge a new extended battery to 100% with the phone OFF, then turn it on and run it down to 15%, then turn off and charge again.

    Here is my question:

    Won't that initial 15% reading be based on the original battery? In other words, won't there really be much more than 15% battery remaining on an extended battery when the meter tells you there is only 15%?

    My new extended battery arrives tomorrow, and I want to get the most out of it.
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    as far as I know, your new battery should be charged fully and used to 0%, and recharged and reused to 0%, and repeat that process 1 - 2 more times. Then you can use it normally like that direction. I hope that you can get the most out of it! :)
    Last edited: Dec 21, 2012
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