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When wiping the battery stats in CW what should I expect once the charge/wipe/kill/charge process is done? Has anyone seen much of a change from it yet?
 

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Mrbobrowitz said:
When you wipe states in CWM make sure you are on a 100% charge.

Then when you reboot take your phone off the charger and drain it down till it shuts off

Then recharge to 100% and your battery will be calibrated

-MrBobrowitz
I understood how to do it, I just wanted to know what kind of results people were getting after completing the steps. Mine made a difference, but as usual if you flash a few more roms or kernels it goes to shit and you have to calibrate again. Which, is also not a big deal for me. I just put my phone on the kickstand and start a Netflix movie to kill it off at the end of the day to drain whatever is left.
 

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want a droid said:
I'll probably get shit for this, but wiping battery stats doesn't actually do anything. It's mostly a placebo effect on users.
Whether or not it gives any extra battery life is questionable...the main thing is it helps give accurate percentages.
 

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One quick question on the reboot part to make sure I'm doing it right.

Do you take the phone off the charger while still in CWM, while the phone is rebooting, or after it's fully booted again and sitting at the lock screen?
 
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