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my LG Optimus 3D reads battery temperature is too low.I tried this code and it worked. 3845#*920#. it displayed a menu, go to module test, charging test, highlight unlimited temperature charging, oops?? problem solved.


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One more way- Install AIO Toolbox, its a nice tool, freely available. From there remove the app from startup/boot list. Use your radio app only when you need. Also you have to clean up your memory on regular interval for refreshing RAM.


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Use Greenify for hibernating your tunein radio,this works fine for most apps. If it not works properly, need to freeze the app using ROM toolbox and then defrost when needed. I am using this method mainly for Facebook,truecaller,google play services which consumes more battery usage.


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Ending the application by "closing it" may kill the process, but it may have several services running. I'm on my phone, so I cannot add the references, but having multiple apps in memory isn't that bad- I don't think it really effects the life of your battery. In this instance, if you think (or know) that a particular application is being a pain, I would ...


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I think you may be confused as to how your phone works. The phone has a battery which needs to be charged. When you use an app it uses up some of the charge in the battery (by using processor, phone signal, wifi, and the screen). Just like you don't need to charge each phone number that you call separately (you just charge the phone and then make phone ...


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The reason your android device draws less power from your USB connection than from a wall adapter is because of the USB specification. This can be side-stepped by shorting the data wires in in the USB cable, which will switch the phone or tablet into wall mode where it can draw the full available current. The amount of current available will vary ...


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Take a look at the link I provided, this should rectify your problem. It will explain in great detail how to to wipe the battery stats in recovery, there are 6 methods shown. Since your are rooted this will do the operation properly. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1821870 Wipe The Battery deletes the file "batterystats.bin" which is ...


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You have to calibrate your battery. Go to Play Store and install Battery Calibration from NèMa. Then follow in app instructions to calibrate your battery.... :)


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You can try Greenify it freezes the app when you are not explicitly using it. There is an experimental feature to make it work without root but I didn't try it since my phone is rooted. There is also Disable Service that can disable single services. It requires root access.


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You can try force disabling them from the settings


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Stored in the kernel. Compiled using known values for specific hardware. Flashed to ROM. Reads the current value. Percentifies it.


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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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