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For questions related to batteries on Android devices. Questions about battery life should be tagged with [battery-life]

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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 running with the device on a well …
answered Jul 31 '14 by Mindwin
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the blue while the battery marker is at the 31ish percentile. If I try and turn it on right away, it goes dead again during boot sequence. If I plug the charger, the charging icon shows some battery … left. Turning it on with the charger plugged shows the 31-ish percent on the charge indicator. If it is left on standby, it goes below that threshold without dying, but dies soon after. The battery
asked Jul 2 '14 by Mindwin