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You can recalibrate the battery. What happened is you battery status file is corrupted. Use a battery calibration app from playstore and recalibrate battery.If it is rooted go to recovery and wipe battery status and do calibration


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Comparing confirmed Chinese translation of these four symbols (yes -- it is a manufacture date) with Izzy's answer, which states, that Li+ batteries have a self-discharge rate of approximately 5–10% per month, we end up with conclusion, that even with most optimistic scenario, Li-Ion batteries stored in store or warehouse without cyclic re-charge (which most ...


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What matters is, what is your total battery life, if your phone lasts 2-3 days, then 30% is reasonable, however if it only lasts 8-10 hours, then it isn't. If it is the latter I would recommend clearing your cache (and davlik cache if you can) and or performing a factory reset and seeing if the problem persists, also try using a different sim card on ...


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Download wakelock detector from the google play store, if it happens again open wakelock detector and it will show you cpu and partial wakelocks (will only show partial wakelocks if you enable advanced mode), if the largest cpu wakelcok is "PowerManagerServiceWakelock" this means the largest wakelock is the combination of all the items listed in partial ...


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Definitely a yes based on the conditions of the battery. If the battery is not more then 1 year old(frequently charging or extreme usage of the device for the most of the time) If the battery has any dent's etc. If the battery is showing early signs of disfiguring.(Battery starts to swell due to overcharging which leads to overheating and thereby it will ...


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Well, its okay to leave the device plugged over to the charger with a ruined battery. Let me tell you a little secrete I am doing the same thing thing from last month, What I need was a router so, I got the idea the same way like you are talking about I plugged my s2 with the charger with tethering switched on and viola I no need of spending few extra bucks ...


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In my experience as a phone technician, that kind of issue is most often the battery. There will usually be a 0-2% drop after a bat pull because of the required power for boot up. Does the battery have any sort of swelling to it? If so then it's undoubtedly the battery.


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With regards to the screenshot above try at the bottom of the list of apps under battery, if not try under settings > display and might be there somewhere


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You can be 99.9% sure the touchscreen is fine. Battery wasn't damaged too. If the touchscreen still behaves erroneously after unplugging, then rubbing it with a soft cloth should help. This is a common issue with cheap chargers. It indicates that charger may not be safe to use with any device - it may catch fire or explode. Prolonged use of such chargers ...


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Go to settings>>>battery>>>scroll down and uncheck the "Display Battery Percentage" option.


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Battery percentage is used by users to charge the device based on the percentage(if the charge <25 % then charge the device till 100% and if not less then 25 % then do not charge in order to extend your battery life) The below steps are common for all the Android devices with version greater then Android 4.1(jelly bean) to the present Android 4.4 ...


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That Nokia code is a myth, it doesn't provide you with any more power, it actually does more harm than good if you are low on battery because it activates the better voice codec (which consumes MORE battery). However, on Android you have this feature called Battery saver. Here's my settings screen for this function on a LG phone (accessed by going to ...


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yes, it is absolutely safe to charge a device with a charger that has more current capacity than needed. Ohm's law tells us the relation between current, voltage, and resistance: I = V / R (current = voltage / resistance) Since the voltage is held constant (5V), the only factor that determines current draw is the load (another term ...


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From the question comments, you have not calibrated your battery (in a long time or ever). You need to do a proper calibration: Do a full charge of the device's battery. Use the device until it turns off on its own. Do a full discharge of the battery. One neat trick is to get some game that has wakelock (does not let the screen turns off) and leave it ...



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