whos calibrated there battery

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  1. driodman

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    i would like to know who has done and if it actaully has helped battery life at all or has kinda messed up how the phone reads the battery life
     
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    If you're referring to charging the battery then letting it fully discharge and charging again, that no longer applies. Lithium batteries do not have memory so they can't be calibrated like that.
     
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    i mean clearing the battery stats in clockwork recovery
     
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    I've done it and it does work .. just follow The two rules .. can't hurt to try

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    I did it but it did not help me. I stick at 5% battery for an hour
     
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    so i charge my phone and then let it die or charge it when it gets to like 5 precent or what
     
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    their.

    nothing bothers me more then improper use of their/there/they're.. and i'm a freakin physics major!
     
  8. driodman

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    sorry for putting there instead of their
     
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    Yeah charge to 100%, go into recovery And wipe battery stats .. don't charge the phone again till it dies from a low battery

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    ok ill try it so charge till full and then dont chagre till phone wants to die cool thanks for the help
     
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    Then after it dies you need to charge to 100% again

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    I'm not sure if this does work or not. I'm in the middle of trying it now. I do know that after charging it to 100%(after clearing the dalvik cache and letting the battery die) I went and cleared the batt stats and when rebooted, I was only at about 70%. Maybe I wasn't getting a full charge before? Guess I'll find out soon enough if I get more life out of it.