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No Calibration of batteries (Li Ion or Li Po, used in almost all mobile devices) is a myth You can start using it straight away and charge as you normally did with earlier batteries This post will help you understand more: Looking for a consistent answer about battery calibration Using calibration apps doesn't really help as the battery files in system (...


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Firstly one needs to understand C-rate or charge rate. Quoting from the linked article C-rate is a measure that governs at what current a battery is charged and discharged. At 1C, a battery rated 1,000mAh charges at a current of 1,000mAh. In an ideal world the battery would be fully charged in 60 minutes. At 1C, the same battery discharges at 1,000mA. ...


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You don't need a calibration app for that. Just fully charge the battery to 100% (in one run), let it run down to below the 20% mark, the recharge it to 100% (again in one run without interception) – battery calibrated. And as that describes a "normal day" with recent devices (take it from the charger at 100% in the morning, put it back almost depleted in ...


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No. This App just removes the file "batterystats.bin" in the "data/system" directory. It has nothing to do with your battery life and also not the status indicator of your system. It only keeps the Infos in the "Battery Usage" screen. It will also be resetted every time you connect to a power source. Further Information and Sources: XDA-Developers and ...


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Recalibrating your battery won't actually make it last longer. What it might do is ensure that the battery level display is more accurate, so that when it says it's at zero, it's actually at zero. Personally, I used an app like Battery Calibration (requires root) and it seems to help. To be fair though, I haven't actually tested the actual levels myself, so ...


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The best method is the manual DIY method :D Step 1: Drain your battery by using it normally until it turns off by itself Step 2: Power-on your phone, if it wakes up and you see some power left, do step 1 Step 3: If phone is now drained to the point it can't wake up, Charge it to 100% Step 4: Once fully charged, power-on phone, and charge it again. Leave it ...


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Your battery status may be off for a while, but will return to normal as you use the device. In general it's good to do several consecutive full discharges and full charges, which will restore the stats about how long the battery lasts. There's nothing you can do beyond that.


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Android handles battery calibration. Your battery life will be better if you keep it between 20% and 80% charged, and only charge it while it's off. This is true for all Lithium Ion batteries. It may not be realistic to adhere to that 100%, I sure don't. You don't need to charge it overnight.


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If its totally un responsive then you need verify once your harware whether its an exact replacement or not as HTC Wildfire S digitizer comes in two variants With Chip Without Chip So match it with old damaged one and if they are same then the hardware will be faulty and you will need one more replacement.


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Android shuts down your OS before it actually becomes completely flat, in order to ensure it has enough power to do so safely and completely (which is why you can power it back up again, but then it shuts itself off again). Over time, your battery does need to be recalibrated as the system stats on battery usage get wonky and the battery itself won't store ...


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Compass calibration works by detecting the magnetic field intensity of earth. But sometimes due to strong interference from other electronic devices like transformers, compass sensor may get wrong idea about the magnetic poles of earth and can point in wrong direction. So to ensure that, it asks users to recalibrate compass by rotating in figure-8 direction ...


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First of all, I would like to thank everyone who helped me understanding what can be the problem exactly; I am posting it as an answer because this is what solved my issue. The problem was neither with the charger nor with the USB cable. The real culprit was an extension cord which was offering very high resistance probably. Since my socket is at a ...


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The voltage and current rating of your battery won't be the problem. It will be the quality and rating of the cable you are using. Different qualities of cable will handle different amounts of current and this is what will allow your battery to charge at different rates (assuming a suitable charger is used). The fastest type of cable would be a USB 3.0 ...


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The purpose of calibration is to figure out how to compensate for how the components in your phone (screws, speaker magnets, etc.) interfere with the measured magnetic field. The calibration process is based on the fact that you can separate the internal and external contributions to the magnetic field by looking at how the field changes as the phone is ...


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At any point in space, the magnetic field strength and direction is the net effect of all the magnetic field sources affecting that point. The earth's magnetic field is one of them. Magnetized screwdrivers, cars, refrigerator magnets, etc. all produce fields. Fields are also produced by current flowing through wires. It's like pouring water into a glass ...


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Upgrading to Gingerbread (Android 2.3) resolves this issue.


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Finally managed to fix this problem. Seems like performing the calibration with the use of a Goldcard solved it. I'll leave the link to the instruction here for anyone who may have the same issue. Please leave a message if you encounter any problems when going through the instructions provided in the link above.


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It's a tough one to answer, as I'm not sure what version of Android you are running, and you have stated it may be a clone. Method 1: Open "Settings" Find "Motion" and tap on it Scroll down the menu and tap on "Sensitivity Setting" Open "Gyroscope calibration" Place device on a level surface and tap Calibrate Method 2: Download 'G-Sensor' from the ...


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As you asked for a calibration tool: The Playstore seems to have some suitable candidates, e.g. Touch sensitivity calibration. But while this might be helpful, the permissions look quite suspect: The only job of the app is screen calibration, but it requests permissions such as accessing your contacts, call phone numbers, read and send SMS/MMS, and more -- ...


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I guess you mean to physically wave the phone in a pattern of a three dimensional infinity symbol (or simply a figure of 8). This YouTube video gives a good demo. Moto G2 has gyro in addition to what Moto G1 have. Hence it should work like a charm and the issue you are facing should be a calibration issue at a low level.


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Looking through the android source code recently (I'm new to android building and am still getting used to what makes android tick), I came across a file somewhere that had all sorts of calibration statistics and figures. All of the figures are set by the vendor of the device itself. From how many mAhs the battery holds, to what values different device ...


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There are slightly different opinions around on this topic. To fully understand the issue, one needs to first understand how LiIo batteries work (which goes a little too far for our site, so please read details on Wikipedia). Lie Ryan is absolutely right: LiIo batteries don't take it well to be fully discharged. It shouldn't be done too often. I'm not sure ...



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