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[Q] HTC HD2 Android - Extended Battery Problem


Hey guys.    First of all thanks for all those who explained/helped me with ur threads to install android on my htc hd2, its fantastic!      My problem... Well i installed 'CLEANDROID' without any problems and am quite happy with it     Theres just one thing i cannot fix yet - My extended HD2 - Battery will never be shown with the correct battery charge condition. I found the app 'battery monitor', that shows the percentage calculated on the base of the current voltage. If the normal aku-viewer shows for example 11 % aku is left, i infact got about 63 % left (at least this is what 'battery monitor says).      Is there any possibility to make my HD2 not to show messages like "LOW BATTERY" and stuff with an app, or a simple setting that i missed so far?    Or even better, is there a possibility to make my hd2 somehow "understand" that theres an extended aku in its back?!      Im greatly thanksful for anyone that might help me !       regards, Ipanema  		

                			Same problem. My battery % steps at 15% for several hours before going down with my extended battery  		

                			Im not a android fanboi, but as far as i understand it, most kernals dont support extended batterys so not gonna happen.    Also, a quick google found this, amongst other results  : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=853973 .......remember google is your friend


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