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    Default how to display battery status correctly on stock ROM DI01

    First of all, many thanks to Adrynalyne and DroidXcon for their hard work.

    After numerous flashing of many different ROMs, such as Superclean, EB01, even stock version of DI01, I have a question that I could not find it on different threads.

    With DI01 or EB01, my blue battery status indicator is always at 100% even though the real battery capacity has gone down to less than that such as 75% or 50%.

    Only version that would correctly display the battery status indicator with numerical value is Superclean ROM.

    Is it because Superclean 2.8 has bstats incorporated into the ROM?

    What can I do so that my stock ROM DI01 will starting displaying the battery status correctly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by msk522 View Post
    First of all, many thanks to Adrynalyne and DroidXcon for their hard work.

    After numerous flashing of many different ROMs, such as Superclean, EB01, even stock version of DI01, I have a question that I could not find it on different threads.

    With DI01 or EB01, my blue battery status indicator is always at 100% even though the real battery capacity has gone down to less than that such as 75% or 50%.

    Only version that would correctly display the battery status indicator with numerical value is Superclean ROM.

    Is it because Superclean 2.8 has bstats incorporated into the ROM?

    What can I do so that my stock ROM DI01 will starting displaying the battery status correctly?
    flash a theme. they all have accurate batteries.

    do you have my pie?
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    Thanks for the reply gunnermike53.
    Is there any other method than flashing a theme? I am just curious why stock DI01 would not display the status correctly. Did I create this problem by flashing different ROMs or was it always a native bug within Verizon Stock Firmware?
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    The stock battery indicator shows in increments of 20%. So anywhere from 80-100% it will show a full battery. Also, the stock ROM doesn't show the percentage on top of the indicator like custom ROMs and themes do.

    If you want to flash a theme to achieve this, make sure it was built for your build and baseband and that you are running a deodexed ROM. You can't flash a theme over a stock build
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    Quote Originally Posted by msk522 View Post
    Thanks for the reply gunnermike53.
    Is there any other method than flashing a theme? I am just curious why stock DI01 would not display the status correctly. Did I create this problem by flashing different ROMs or was it always a native bug within Verizon Stock Firmware?
    i thought you were on super clean 2.8

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