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    Hey everyone so today I was messing around with home brew apps/ patches. I installed webos quick install and did the battery % tweak. I messed around with it a few times made it show the battery sign and % then just %.

    The problem is now my phone says its always at 100% even when i turned the tweak off?

    anyone have any similar experiences or know how to fix this / undo what i've done.

    thanks
    Last edited by Cygo; 11/07/2010 at 11:05 PM.
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    Run "Emergency Patch Removal".

    Or keep your infinitely 100% battery, I really don't see the problem. Personally I'd love having my battery at 100% all the time.
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    How was the battery working before this happened?
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    hmmm still not working

    Lol I wouldnt mind my battery saying it was at 100% if it really was all the time!
    Last edited by Cygo; 11/08/2010 at 08:24 AM.
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    still isn't working actually it stays at 100 then if I restart it it goes down to like 97% and stays there forever. And if I restart it again it goes down to like 95% and stays there...ahhh help me! This is very annoying
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    did you try a battery pull?
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    Quote Originally Posted by broy83 View Post
    did you try a battery pull?
    A battery pull is a last resort since it can actually damage your phone.

    OP, have you tried webOS Doctor?
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    i believe that u may have a lying battery, meaning it never decreases or says its at X% n dies very soon after.

    My suggestion to u is to doctor the phone and if possiable run Dr.Battery, this application goes dirrctly into the battery chip to get the true reading. U can also recalibate ur battery in this manner.
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    thanks for the advice. I will try this tonight when I get home from work
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    ugh never mind I misunderstood your post...

    But still would suggest Dr. Battery... It showed me that I had a bad battery...
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    May I ask what battery ur using? Stock or a extended?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett92C View Post
    A battery pull is a last resort since it can actually damage your phone.
    I think the idea is to shut down your phone first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett92C View Post
    A battery pull is a last resort since it can actually damage your phone.

    OP, have you tried webOS Doctor?
    As long as the phone is completely powered off there will be no issues. Although a battery pull should be completed only after a restart has been attempted.

    restart --> battery pull --> partial erase --> Doctor
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    maybe you have a Chuck Norris battery?

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