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Topic # 189294 22-Dec-2015 20:51
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Hi

I have had this mobile for about 1.4 years but then switched to an iPhone (still currently)
I turned on the phone and left if charged, but then when discharged the battery quickly jumps from 100% 65% then 50% to Dead in 5 secs. I then assumed that the phone's battery needs a calibration so that the android system can reset to the correct percentage but after doing and following instructions on android forums I am still seeing quite a drain (with steps taken to avoid excessive drain)

Anyone had this on the Moto G (which the battery cannot be removed) and got any tips on calibration, or will a internal boot factory reset do the trick?

Any advise on Mobile agents in  Auckland City who could fix this, I am happy to provide more details on the phone, etc..

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  Reply # 1455674 22-Dec-2015 21:09
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Typical of a failing battery - they are replaceable just dd one for a client the other day an ED30 is required from memory.

In Auckland the only one that I could suggest is dippy's but that's in Henderson.



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  Reply # 1455676 22-Dec-2015 21:13
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nitrotech: Typical of a failing battery - they are replaceable just dd one for a client the other day an ED30 is required from memory.

In Auckland the only one that I could suggest is dippy's but that's in Henderson.


I actually live in Henderson but will be living in the CBD for the next few weeks in the NY, so will go check him out!




 

 

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