Battery Stats is one of the most important features built in all smartphones. The main function of this feature is to keep track of your device battery’s capacity. One of the major cons coming with it is that sometimes it might be corrupted and then show fake information to the user. Battery calibration is usually considered as the process of making the Android OS rectify the information as well as make it errors free. So, the actual battery levels can be shown up.
Here is how you can check battery calibration on your Android phone.
How to check Battery calibration on Android without the root access
The traditional technique of discharging and then fully charging your phone is the basic way to calibrate the current battery in your Android phone.
- Drain out all the battery percentage of your phone until it shuts down completely.
- Next, turn it back on and let it switch off itself
- Plug your phone into a charger without switching it on
- Wait for your phone to be charged until you see the on-screen LED notification that is 100%complete
- Now disconnect your phone from the charger.
- Turn it back on and the battery indicator will then show that your Android device is not fully charged. Connect with the charger until the screen shows that it’s fully 100% charged.
- Unplug your phone and restart it. If the screen shows up that the phone battery is not 100%, connect it to the charger again and charge it until it reaches 100%.
- Repeat the steps above until you see your phone is 100% charged after performing a restart.
- Wait for the battery to drain out to 0% so that your device powers off again.
- Fully charge your device once more time to 100% without any kind of interruption. After that, reset the Android framework’s battery rate on your device
Remember that performing this process is not advisable. You should only do this process every three months.
How to check Battery calibration on Android with root access
This method is not widely used. To calibrate the battery in this way, you need to boot your phone into Recovery Mode and then head to Advanced section. From there, select “wipe battery stats” button. Selecting it will clear all calibrations made by your phone device system.
The second step is to drain your device battery. After it turns off, wait for it to charge until it is fully charged, and you should not switch it on during the process. Repeat this procedure twice if you want your device to get what you need.
Calibrate your battery using Battery Calibration app
There is a number of apps that are created to improve the battery life of your device. One of the most popular apps is Battery Calibration.
The actions with the method of calibration can be as following:
- To get started, open the app and connect the device to the charger.
- After your phone is fully charged, there will be a characteristic squeak. However, you should not remove the charger. Instead, wait for 1 hour from then.
- After a few hours of charging, in the app menu, you simply press the “Calibrate” button and wait for the process to complete.
- When everything is done, you can unplug your phone from the charger, and then reboot it.
It completes the calibration process. It’s a safe method since it does not require any outside actions when the app can do everything itself.