Batterylife display Bug?

mcgrady1tmac

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i'm from china,sorry my english is poor
I use PEV4.1 for somedays.and the Battery display looks like have some problem。
just now display 80%,a few minutes later suddenly drop to 50%,and i reboot the droid,display 5%.but in fact it‘s not correct。

is anybody can help me? thanks!:)
 

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When your battery is at 100%, wipe the battery stats. Then, throughout the day, discharge the battery until it turns itself off.
 

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When your battery is at 100%, wipe the battery stats. Then, throughout the day, discharge the battery until it turns itself off.

I've done that twice now. One day with PE options and the second day I wiped the stats from recovery. The battery still drops from 70% down to 20% then again down to 5%. Now 5% last forever. I was trying to kill the battery so I could fully recharge and wipe, and it took me 4 hours to kill the battery. I turned the screen to 100%, timed the screen out at 30 minutes and ran the music player for 1 hour. That was on top of the phone calls and emails and texts I was receiving and sending.

I don't want to depend on my battery lasting 4 hours on 5%. The only thing I haven't done is wipe everything and start again with PE v4.1
 
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When your battery is at 100%, wipe the battery stats. Then, throughout the day, discharge the battery until it turns itself off.

But my SPRecovery have no this option.

android system recovery <2e>
patched by sirpsychos (0.99.3b)
reboot system now
wipe data/factory reset
wipe cache partition
mount options
backup/restore
install

how can i do???
 

natezire71

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When your battery is at 100%, wipe the battery stats. Then, throughout the day, discharge the battery until it turns itself off.

But my SPRecovery have no this option.

android system recovery <2e>
patched by sirpsychos (0.99.3b)
reboot system now
wipe data/factory reset
wipe cache partition
mount options
backup/restore
install

how can i do???

Go to Settings--> Elite Settings--> General--> System Maintenance--> Battery Stats (Then Reboot)
 

natezire71

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When your battery is at 100%, wipe the battery stats. Then, throughout the day, discharge the battery until it turns itself off.

I've done that twice now. One day with PE options and the second day I wiped the stats from recovery. The battery still drops from 70% down to 20% then again down to 5%. Now 5% last forever. I was trying to kill the battery so I could fully recharge and wipe, and it took me 4 hours to kill the battery. I turned the screen to 100%, timed the screen out at 30 minutes and ran the music player for 1 hour. That was on top of the phone calls and emails and texts I was receiving and sending.

I don't want to depend on my battery lasting 4 hours on 5%. The only thing I haven't done is wipe everything and start again with PE v4.1

If I were you, I would wipe clean, then install on a clean slate. Use Project Elite's method of coming from a clean install.
 
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mcgrady1tmac

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When your battery is at 100%, wipe the battery stats. Then, throughout the day, discharge the battery until it turns itself off.

But my SPRecovery have no this option.

android system recovery <2e>
patched by sirpsychos (0.99.3b)
reboot system now
wipe data/factory reset
wipe cache partition
mount options
backup/restore
install

how can i do???

Go to Settings--> Elite Settings--> General--> System Maintenance--> Battery Stats (Then Reboot)

thanks!i have a try this night。
 

Bro Duran

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When your battery is at 100%, wipe the battery stats. Then, throughout the day, discharge the battery until it turns itself off.

I've done that twice now. One day with PE options and the second day I wiped the stats from recovery. The battery still drops from 70% down to 20% then again down to 5%. Now 5% last forever. I was trying to kill the battery so I could fully recharge and wipe, and it took me 4 hours to kill the battery. I turned the screen to 100%, timed the screen out at 30 minutes and ran the music player for 1 hour. That was on top of the phone calls and emails and texts I was receiving and sending.

I don't want to depend on my battery lasting 4 hours on 5%. The only thing I haven't done is wipe everything and start again with PE v4.1

If I were you, I would wipe clean, then install on a clean slate. Use Project Elite's method of coming from a clean install.

The wipe clean and the re-install seems to have helped. It did not go from 70 to 20 to 5 percent today. Now I can actually see how the battery life is with this version.


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