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My battery gauge is tricking me?

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Re: My battery gauge is tricking me?

@Jk21 I replied to your PM Slightly smiling Face .

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Re: My battery gauge is tricking me?

Greetings!

My Battery seems to have become heavily discalibrated.

I found the thread at https://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/FAQ/Facing-problems-with-abnormal-battery-and-shutdown/td-p/320375 with suggested fixes, and the simple forced poweroff did not resolve the problem. Before I go on with the "software repair" via Xperia Companion, I want to make sure I know what I'll have to expect...

Am I correct to assume that this will reset system settings, but leave installed apps and their data/settings alone?

Will this keep root, and if not are there any reccomendations on how to reroot afterwards?

thanks,

LordHelmchen

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Re: My battery gauge is tricking me?

Dear, I've followed your guide on https://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/FAQ/Facing-problems-with-abnormal-battery-and-shutdown/td-p/320375 to solve droppings in battery. Amazingly, after force restart, my battery percentage went to 80% from 50%. What may be the issue? screen shot is attached. My phone is Xperia Z1 compact. Screenshot_2017-11-19-10-33-08.png

 

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Re: My battery gauge is tricking me?

I have the same problem. This problem appears after updating some Google soft from Google App. What can I am do to reso;ve this problem?

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Re: My battery gauge is tricking me?

 

Hi Nabeel.

I still have my xperia z1 compact after 4 years! It has been perfect until recently when the phone has started power-off randomly regardless of battery level.

 

I followed your "Forced Shutdown" suggestion. My battery was at 34% before/ then 54% after restart.

 

Problem: you do not say in your thread what to expect. "See if there's any significant drop in % ( 5+ % or more ). Then most probably the problem has been solved."

Question: has the problem been solved if there is no drop/ or does the problem persist if there is a significant increase (my case)?

 

Thanks for your guidance.