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Battery after 4.3
Lifebleeder
Member

We have two HTC Ones in my house, one of them is updated to 4.3

After the update the battery will only charge up to 89%.  We've tried leaving it plugged in most of the day while on, and turned it off completely and left it to charge overnight.  It stalls at 89%.

When you take it off the charger it goes from 89% to 86% in about 5 minutes with absolutely no use at all.  Anyone else getting anything similar to this?

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Re: Battery after 4.3
AggieT
Member

I am not happy with the update, but I don't have this problem. It charges normally to 100%.

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Re: Battery after 4.3
SuzyQ
Community Leader
Community Leader

Lifebleeder wrote:

  ...  After the update the battery will only charge up to 89%. ...

When you take it off the charger it goes from 89% to 86% in about 5 minutes with absolutely no use at all.  Anyone else getting anything similar to this?

We have the HTC One - got the update to 4.3, and are not seeing much difference in battery life.  It still charges to 100%, and goes about a day and a half on a charge.  Double tap the home icon to see what's running in the background.

Let it run all the way down to say 3 or 5% battery left if you can, then charge it up overnight.  Let it run all the way down to 5% again, and charge it overnight.  A couple of full cycles like this may bring the battery back to full charge.

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