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I recently updated BL from 3.9 to 4.6 using bootneuter as ziphone downgraded it. The battery performance went up by leaps and bounds. Even after 2 days the battery is
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    Default Battery Meter Issue
    I recently updated BL from 3.9 to 4.6 using bootneuter as ziphone downgraded it. The battery performance went up by leaps and bounds. Even after 2 days the battery is stable at 85% (checked using my battery app and Hwinfo) but the issue is the battery meter icon does not seems to go down and also its color is changed to white while it should be green. Is there anything wrong with the battery meter or wrong with the bootloader. Pls help me rectify the problem. I am using FW 1.1.3 with baseband 04.04.05_G

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    why are you still on 1.1.3?
    My suggestion is to upgrade to the latest fw...2.1.

    Good Luck to you.

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    yea upgrade and jailbreak and unlock without ziphone
    he use codes

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    I'm running 1.1.4 with the 1.1.3 fake out app to look like 1.1.3, I love it. I have to have the old school games and freedoms on at least one of my machines, so I have my touch in 1x and my phone on 2x.

    Rock on with the 1.1.3!
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    Let your battery drain completely then recharge your battery for at least 6 hours and it should fix it.

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