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    Arrow Re: Galaxy Note GT N7000 Battry Drain and Screen Flickering issues

    I got the solution i think.

    I put cyanogenmod on it.

    this is very easily done with the cyanogenmod installer.
    CM also comes with Clockworkmode recovery (a type of bootloader).
    In here you can go to advanced settings and reset battery stats.
    this worked for me.

    you can also try to lower the screen brightness. this seemed to work for me also.

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    I got the solution i think.

    I put cyanogenmod on it.

    this is very easily done with the cyanogenmod installer.
    CM also comes with Clockworkmode recovery (a type of bootloader).
    In here you can go to advanced settings and reset battery stats.
    this worked for me.

    you can also try to lower the screen brightness. this seemed to work for me also
  2. #27  

    Default Re: Galaxy Note GT N7000 Battry Drain and Screen Flickering issues

    Hi Guys,

    Flickering issue occurs because of the battery. No issue with the mobile handset, just replace the battery & mobile will start working as normal. As battery life cycle is over ( Samsung recommends batter usage till 300 charge cycles).
  3. #28  

    Exclamation Re: Galaxy Note GT N7000 Battry Drain and Screen Flickering issues

    Yes, finally, I tought I was the only one with this problem on this phone. I CAN NOT EXPRESS MYSELF HOW GLAD I AM TO FIND THIS.

    Ok, so my phone battery usually lasts a day with chraging every night, yes, the battery can jump from 100 to 84 in few secs, and when it's below 50 or 30 it can show 0% and then there's a popup saying "shutting off" and obviously it shuts off. When I turn it, it shows the battery percentage that was before the shut off, or sometimes less than 15%. The worst part of this is the random shutting off part, when I DON'T use it, it turns off and makes a noise, and if I hear it and turn on the screen it says shutting off with 0 % battery. I get so many missed calls because of this and it's pissing me off.

    Now, I replaced the battery with a fresh new one, the old one was bloated. I factory reseted the sh*t of the phone, I've done it about 4 times total since I bought it used and after replacing the battery. When I restart it, it looks promising but later it continues it's buisness. I don't know what to do next.

    I think the solution may be hardware not software, and I think that it could be something on the battery sensors or something, like the wire skips a pulse and it thinks that the battery has runned out. So I was thinking to replace the main part of the phone, the motherboard or the something, but I can't find it anywhere and it'd probably cost alot, since it makes half of the phone.

    Any help is appreciated!!
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