There are several posts on how to calibrate android batteries but none describe its working. How is it that the system can determine at what voltage the battery is considered to be charged (100% or say 4200mV) and what voltage is considered to be discharged (0% or 3400mV)?
"Android stops the battery from charging when reaching 100%" but if it is calibrated wrong, how come it wont stop charging at another voltage (say 4100mV) or even continue discharging at a voltage below its normal operation (say 3200mV)?
- The actual technical insight on how android determines the current battery level
Edit 1: I am stressing that my question has nothing to do with battery statistics and how much battery apps have used but solely on the procedure involved with determining the battery %
This is my first question please excuse any conventions I may have missed