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    Default [2.1 3G- Battery] iPhone does not show any signs of battery depletion!

    So here's a new bug that showed up the other day.

    My iPhone 3G doesn't show signs of battery depletion at all.
    We would all love a battery that lasts forever, but I dont want the phone to randomly die on me.

    What happens is that the meter stays at 100% (checked with MyBattery.app to make sure). As much as I use the phone, abuse it as much as possible, it keeps a 100% charge.

    Then I notice this and performed a reset (home/lock button), when the phone starts back up it shows the correct level (lets use 50% as an example).

    From here though, that 50% gets stuck and doesn't deplete until i reset the phone once again, then it shows the correct level.

    Is there a way to delete some power/battery cache or plist of any sort?

    Or does anyone have a solution to this problem?

    Even setting the numerical battery from extended preferences keeps the level solid, no depletion at all.



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    Restore the iPhone in DFU mode and see whats happen after that. I think this should be your solution.
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    Restoring is the option that I'm trying to avoid all together, even though I know it would work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentEcho13 View Post
    Restoring is the option that I'm trying to avoid all together, even though I know it would work.
    I am afraid You'll have to, sorry.
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    I had the same issue. Performed a hard reset, ran the battery down and charged overnight, restored, but no avail.

    I let the iPod run all night, so in the morning I had over 9hr of usage time with no dent on the battery meter. Took it to Apple and explained to the genius what all the troubleshooting steps I performed; my unit was swapped out without question. Hardware failure.


 

 

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