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    Default Battery manager FC on Froyo

    Since the 2.2 OTA, my battery manager FC's on me every time I try to open it.

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    Anyone else having problems?
    I'm reinstalling apps one at a time to find culprit.
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    I had the same problem. It stopped after I performed a battery out reset.
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    I am having the same problem, but I am not rooted. I am running Launcher Pro Plus. If anyone has a solution it would really be helpful.

    Thanks
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    Its been a hit and miss since the first 2.2 leaked. Some times it works sine times it doesn't.
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    mine was doing the same thing yesterday. I charged the phone over night and it's now working correctly.
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    I'm not 100% certain, but after a hard reset, I have only installed one app. The "Battery Left" widget. Only the free version. I haven't installed the paid pro version yet. That seems to be the culprit in my case. Uninstalling it doesn't seem to fix the problem.

    ...another hard reset in my future....
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    Ok been hammering on this all day.

    Working not working, couldn't figure out what was breaking it and what was fixing it.

    Mine breaks when I reboot. Clearing data and cache does not solve or fix the problem.

    When broke, I open my shortcut for storage and that fixes mine, battery usage works and also for all battery widgets too.
    This is repeatable on mine.

    Hope this helps.
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    I just performed another hard reset, and my phone is blazing fast except for the battery status FC. I have no battery monitoring software installed, nor any battery management software installed.

    edit: actually i do use switchpro, which does have a battery readout. going to stop using it for a while.
    Last edited by hyperlite; 09-23-2010 at 05:58 PM.
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    Does same for me. Only works immediately after a reboot. Interesting thing is it was shaping mediashare eating a ton of battery which I had previously disabled
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    D'Oh! I don't think it's Battery Widget that's causing it. I don't have battery widget installed and it's still giving me a FC on the battery usage.

    Cr@p!
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    Seems like it only starts working after I take it off the charger from a full charge. It stops working if I reboot or reflash untill I plug it up for a full charge. Thought it was a flyx rom thing but I guess it is just froyo in general. I know ill be sticking with flyx till the bootloader is cracked if that ever happens
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    Im having the same issues. What happens when if i clear the data for the battery manager in the running services menu? I was going to try it but then i got that "This Application data will be removed Permanently Removed" warning and decided against it.
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    I've have the same problem lately and I'm rooted also.

    I was wonderong if it would help to boot into RECOVERY>advanced> and wipe battery data with clockwork mod?

    I tried that and it seemed to have fixed it, unless it was coincidence
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    Quote Originally Posted by digix View Post
    I've have the same problem lately and I'm rooted also.

    I was wonderong if it would help to boot into RECOVERY>advanced> and wipe battery data with clockwork mod?

    I tried that and it seemed to have fixed it, unless it was coincidence
    interesting... Keep us updated

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