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Battery won't charge past 92%?

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Phone is an HTC Inspire. The problem first occurred yesterday. Any reasons why?
post #2 of 11
on newerish laptops this shows the life of the battery. Might wanna check health of battery.
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drain phone battery completely, recharge... its called battery calibration

once you do this, it should fix itself.

the main reason it happens is because once you start charging the battery the phone will keep that initial charge time set in the memory, but the battery wont charge as much as it initially did... all you gotta do is drain it completely and recharge it completely.
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post #4 of 11
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Originally Posted by fshizl View Post
drain phone battery completely, recharge... its called battery calibration

once you do this, it should fix itself.

the main reason it happens is because once you start charging the battery the phone will keep that initial charge time set in the memory, but the battery wont charge as much as it initially did... all you gotta do is drain it completely and recharge it completely.
Thanks. +1 to you and the guy above.
post #5 of 11
Quote:
Originally Posted by fshizl View Post
drain phone battery completely, recharge... its called battery calibration

once you do this, it should fix itself.

the main reason it happens is because once you start charging the battery the phone will keep that initial charge time set in the memory, but the battery wont charge as much as it initially did... all you gotta do is drain it completely and recharge it completely.
This... sort of. Although this usually works sometimes it needs a bit of help by wiping the battery stats. Not sure how to do it on a phone that isn't rooted but I just go into clockwork mod > advanced >wipe battery stats. Works a treat
post #6 of 11
Thought Nickel Metal Hydride batteries didn't suffer from memory loss. Or at least not like this.
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post #7 of 11
It's not a good thing to let cell batts die fully... 15% is the lowest you should ever go if you want to maintain charge and life.

+1 to wiping batt stats. Or just unplug it and plug it back in. If re-pluging doesn't work wipe should.
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post #8 of 11
Take your phone and let it die alomst completely. Recharge it and it should be fine.

If not your battery is going.
 
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post #9 of 11
Another thing to try is updating your kernel. If your phone is rooted a custom kernel update can make it so your battery can actually be charged to 100%. On some phones the kernel prevents the battery from going above 90% so it cannot be overcharged if left plugged in for long periods of time.
post #10 of 11
its build up a memory. Much of its cycles are used up probably from being useed while charging constantly
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