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Today when I was charging my Redmi 1s mobile I restarted the mobile. Then I saw that there was a sudden increase in the charge of the battery by 80%. What could have caused this? enter image description here

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Smartphones have a particular text file in which is contained the drain value...
If you delete this file the device recreates it when it boots and the battery percentage may display a 50% to 70% difference.
Chances are you use to charge your phone everytime you want without completing a full cycle of recharge once a month (at least).
This way the phone displays a percentage that is different from the real one...
So when you rebooted your phone it automatically (and somehow) deleted this file and then recreated it again with the right drain value and battery percentage...

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  • my mobile is only one week old. – M.Tarun Sep 26 '14 at 14:13
  • That's why I said: "chances are" and not "this is the problem" xD <br> BTW just keep attention to the overall duration of the smartphone. If you notice that it is too short then you have a hardware problem. But I'm sure this is not the case ;) – Leon Sep 27 '14 at 8:45

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