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How to Calibrate the Battery on an Android Phone | Droidcops

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Battery issues are still one of the biggest concerns for most smartphone users. Naturally, because the ability of battery power greatly affects its use.

There are many ways you can do to optimize battery function, from maximizing usage to tips on how to care for it. This time, we provide tips and how to calibrate the battery on Android devices.

This method can be used on various Android phones on the market today, from Samsung, Xiaomi, realme, vivo, and various other brands of Android phones.

The Android operating system has a battery status setting that shows the battery capacity and usage percentage, whether it’s full or empty.

Sometimes the default settings from this factory are less accurate, so the data displayed is not real time. As a result, Android phones can suddenly die even though the battery indicator has not reached 0 percent. Well this is where the role of battery calibration is needed.

There are two ways to calibrate the battery, namely with and without root. Here are the steps.

How to Calibrate Battery Without Root

First step: To do this, you must first know the battery capacity on the Android phone you are using. You do this by accessing battery information in the cellphone settings.

For example, for Samsung phones, you can access this information in ‘About Phone’ and select ‘Battery Information’. If you don’t know how to check it, then you can see the specifications on the Indonesian version of the official website for your cellphone.

After knowing the battery capacity, install the application to monitor the battery or battery monitor app, which you can find on the Google Play Store.

This app will show the battery power in milliamperes (mAh). Then, charge the Android device until it reaches the total number of milliamperes of the battery. When the amount is reached, restart the device. The battery will show that it is 100 percent charged.

Second way: Charger the battery until it is full with the position of the Android device still on. When it is full, disconnect the charger cable and turn off the device.

When this condition turns off, plug the charger cable back in and leave it until it shows 100 percent. The indicator light will light up to indicate the charging process is complete.

Next, disconnect the charger cable and turn on the device. Reconnect the charger cable and wait for it to reach 100 percent.

When it reaches 100 percent, disconnect the charger cable again. Then, do not plug in the charger cable until the battery condition is 0 percent. After this, the battery condition will match what the system displays.

How to Calibrate the Battery With Root

First step: To start, connect the cellphone with the charger cable until the battery reaches 100 percent, then open it Battery Calibration app and check the amount of “mV” next to the percentage. This number will continue to increase.

Let it stay charged even though the number continues to grow. When the numbers stop and the battery shows 100 percent, press the Battery Calibration button, then restart the device.

The last tier will be recorded as the maximum capacity point. Old information will be deleted in Battery Stats when new data is loaded. If the first method doesn’t work, try the second method.

Second way: First, enter Recovery mode on Android, navigate to the Advanced section. There we will find the Wipe Battery Stats option. This will delete any calibration data previously created by the user or when installing a ROM.

Second, we have to empty the battery, then connect the cellphone to the charger. Perform the charging process without interruption and in the condition that the device is turned off.

Once it reaches 100 percent, turn it on again without removing the charger cable, and open the Battery Calibration app. Click on the button in the middle, SuperUser Permissions appears immediately, then press Accept.

Shortly after the message “Callibration Succeeded” appears, press OK, disconnect the charger cable from the device and close the application. The battery calibration process is complete.

Hopefully this article can be useful, yes, and good luck!

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