Mi-One Battery


May 15, 2012
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Hey!

I don't know about other users here having M1 but my phone has something seriously wrong with the battery. Many times a day my phone keeps restarting without any warning (esp. when calling) and after the phone boots again the battery is almost empty.

Anyone else experienced same? Here is a screenshot attached! 2012-06-03 20.47.23.png
 

Swos

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Jun 14, 2011
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Try this:

go to: data/system and delete "batterystats.bin"

recharge full battery and redo delete "batterystats.bin"


reboot
 
Apr 25, 2011
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Having the same problem! Don't think it's the battery though, since after a manual reboot the battery is fine again.
This only seems to happen at lower battery levels. Not sure what's causing it!?

Thought it was just me as I'm on the Chinese mione_plus-userdebug 4.0.4 QDR65 tet-keys build.
 
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Having the same problem! Don't think it's the battery though, since after a manual reboot the battery is fine again.
This only seems to happen at lower battery levels. Not sure what's causing it!?

Thought it was just me as I'm on the Chinese mione_plus-userdebug 4.0.4 QDR65 tet-keys build.
Ye it's pretty much random, it sometimes happens more often and sometimes rarely. Anyway I will later check out what Swos suggested!
 
Jan 14, 2012
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Having the same problem! Don't think it's the battery though, since after a manual reboot the battery is fine again.
This only seems to happen at lower battery levels. Not sure what's causing it!?

Thought it was just me as I'm on the Chinese mione_plus-userdebug 4.0.4 QDR65 tet-keys build.
Strange. I am on the Chinese ROM currently (going to China soon so seemed appropriate) and as I said I haven't experienced this. I am picking up a spare battery I bought from Xiaomi while I am there so check to see if it makes any difference
 
May 15, 2012
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I am starting to think this problem is caused by hardware problem since I am currently running newest MIUI 2.6.1. The crashes are random. It can happen anytime anywhere even if the phone is in my pocket. (It happened in GB ROM as well as in all ICS ROMS)

Is there anyway to get debug log or something out of the device?

omg no!

U have root permission? I hope yes....

btw data/system is not empy!
 

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Apr 25, 2011
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I'm still having this issue and it's starting to be a problem!

Ville, the logcat you uploaded I assume that was after the reboot occured! Therefore it won't contain the reason for the reboot!?

Is there a log anywhere which actually captures the reason for the reboot?

Thanks
 
Jun 19, 2012
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Hello,

I think I've found the problem. I have read in the Chinese forums a bit.
Most say that it's a hardware problem. Just say the battery contacts have a problem.
My workarounds is: I have pressed the battery with a piece of cardboard down closer to the contacts.
This is I've done a week ago. Since no more rebooting.
Before, I had several restarts every day.

Sorry for my bad english.
 
May 15, 2012
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Hello,

I think I've found the problem. I have read in the Chinese forums a bit.
Most say that it's a hardware problem. Just say the battery contacts have a problem.
My workarounds is: I have pressed the battery with a piece of cardboard down closer to the contacts.
This is I've done a week ago. Since no more rebooting.
Before, I had several restarts every day.

Sorry for my bad english.
Your English is really good enough to explain the solution! I am now going to try this idea and see if the problem is solved. Anyway if this is not working i am going to buy a cheap replacement to original battery to see if that fixes the problem. I've suspected something like this already for a while and it's nice to hear I am not the only one with this problem.

I wish I understood Chinese, since the user base out there is so huge the problems are solved fast!

I'll tell you the out come soon!
 
Dec 7, 2012
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Your English is really good enough to explain the solution! I am now going to try this idea and see if the problem is solved. Anyway if this is not working i am going to buy a cheap replacement to original battery to see if that fixes the problem. I've suspected something like this already for a while and it's nice to hear I am not the only one with this problem.

I wish I understood Chinese, since the user base out there is so huge the problems are solved fast!

I'll tell you the out come soon!
Sorry for digging up an old topic, but you managed to solve the problem with the battery? Sorry for my bad English.

Solved!

Link:

http://miuiandroid.com/community/threads/random-restarts-kernel-panic.17809/page-3#post-158922