charging light turns green when charged to 90%

Discussion in 'Bugs' started by -Milo-, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. -Milo-

    -Milo-Members

    Mar 12, 2011
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    Hi,
    It seems to happen too and a known bug in CM7 roms.
    The charging led turns green when battery is charged to 90%, but keeps on charging to 100%.
    Its just the notification ( green led) that doesn't match with the charge status ( 100%).
    Clearing battery stats and removing them doesn't solve issue.
    Also when i updated to 1.4.15 i did a setup from scratch and i should have a clear battery stats file.
    I updated to 1.4.22 and the bug persists.
    Its not a big deal though, because the battery charge to full and on switch pro widget icon i can see its fully charged.
    Anyway if it could be solved in future Roms it would be nice.
     
  2. scottb

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    Mar 3, 2011
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    This is not a bug. AOSP ROMs are designed that way. Google search (or xda-developers) for an explanation.
     
  3. reaper7881

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    If u leave it in it keeps charging to 100% but drops when u disconnect it

    Sent from my HTC Desire using the miui-dev.com Forums App
     
  4. -Milo-

    -Milo-Members

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    scottb,On a website where they posted miui roms and also cm7 Roms they stated in the buglist this problem. ( it seems to be clear that they don't know about this "feature")
    Second , you say it is intended this way , can you explain the purpose for this behavior. The charge led is useless then because the status is not accurate.

    reaper 7881, my phone charge to 100% for sure, as I type this my batt. is at 93% and disconnected for several hours.
    Also my sense Rom didnt had this led-charge behaviour.

    edit, i did read some posts at XDA about this matter and yes it isn't a bug, and like i said it doesn't bother me that much.
    Still i don't get it why it is intended like this, no one can explain the purpose of it.

    Sent from my HTC Desire HD using the miui-dev.com Forums App
     
  5. Seba

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    Apr 23, 2011
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    AOSP rom is designed that way, and reason why you didn't had that kind of behaviour on Sense is because Sense isn't AOSP rom :)
     

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