08-07-2012 12:02 PM
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  1. funkylogik's Avatar
    think i used Battery Calibration Free app mate. it should only be needed after flashing a new rom but i had a feeling mine was a bit off so i used the app and it said the calibration was 11% off. i defo saw an improvement
    08-06-2012 07:59 PM
  2. funkylogik's Avatar
    ..uninstall the app after use btw. it pushes ads..
    08-06-2012 08:01 PM
  3. ronmc1954's Avatar
    Well said Jaltman.
    08-06-2012 10:36 PM
  4. coreyacole's Avatar
    If this is true, then how does the battery get charged?
    I think that in this particular case, the phone is designed to send power to the phone and power to the battery.

    While the charger is connected, the phone doesn't take power from the battery and instead takes it from the charger.

    Again, I have NO proof that this is what's happening, but from years of observing how phones I've owned and sold worked, this is what it seems is happening.
    08-07-2012 10:25 AM
  5. jonathanm1978's Avatar
    You would have to get the design or engineers who designed the pcb to tell you or give you the blueprint so you could read them and determine the copper traces and which diodes, etc are on the board. Otherwise it's just a best guess estimate from anyone because only the engineers know this. Maybe the fcc filling had some design info but I doubt it's got this in it, probably just has the info on the cell radios and such.

    Swype'd with my Sammy Galaxy S3
    08-07-2012 11:35 AM
  6. _OMEGA_'s Avatar
    I would also believe that once the battery reaches 100% and let's say you're still plugged in the battery isn't discharging. The phone will get hot over time because it is being used while still being plugged in.
    08-07-2012 12:02 PM
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