How do I clear battery usage statistics?
Select “Advanced” and then “Wipe Battery Stats” once you have rebooted into ClockworkMod. When the process is finished, return to the main menu of ClockworkMod and reboot your phone. DO NOT plug your phone in during this step.
How do I fix wrong battery percentage?
Calibrating your Phone Battery
Leave the phone off while it is charging. Turn your phone on and wait for it to boot. On the home screen, if the battery meter shows 100%, unplug it from the charger, if does not then switch it off and continue to charge until the battery charge displays 100%.
How do I reset my phone battery?
You can recondition that battery easily without any special tools needed. Let your cell phone battery run down until it shuts off the phone. Don’t recharge it but instead wait 30 minutes, turn the phone back on and let it run down and turn itself off a second time. At this point the battery will be fully discharged.
How do I clear my battery cache?
Go to Settings | Apps, locate and tap the app in question, tap Storage, and then tap CLEAR CACHE.
Why is my battery percentage frozen?
This could be due to a hardware component failure. Try the following options to troubleshoot: Clean the charging port of the phone to remove any dirt or debris stuck in the port. Charge the phone using the original charging cable from a wall charger.
Why does my battery percentage keep changing?
The reason for this is simple. Batteries naturally degrade over time, and their capacity slowly decreases. But your phone isn’t always great at measuring that—if your battery has degraded to 95% of its original capacity, your phone might still report that as 95% full, instead of 100% full (the “new normal”).
Do I need to calibrate my battery?
As it turns out, you probably don’t need to calibrate the battery. Android phones use lithium-ion (Li-ion) or lithium-polymer (Li-po) batteries. Such batteries don’t need to be fully discharged, and come with smart chips that make calibration unnecessary.
Why is my phone battery dying so fast all of a sudden?
Google services aren’t the only culprits; third-party apps can also get stuck and drain the battery. If your phone keeps killing the battery too fast even after a reboot, check the battery information in Settings. If an app is using the battery too much, Android settings will show it clearly as the offender.