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Android Phone battery stuck on 100%?

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I have an LG X charge. not even a year old. I woke up and my cat must have spilled water on it. I put it in rice and its working normally except the battery remains at 100% I've turned it on and off multiple times. Should I be worried ?

posted Aug 3, 2018 by Sasha Scott

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One way to try recalibrating the battery sensor software is to charge up to 100%, then use the phone until it shuts down automatically from low battery. Then charge up again to 100%. Now see if the problem persists.

Are you using any battery monitor app? Do you get the same readings? You can try safe mode...

answer Aug 3, 2018 by Salil Agrawal
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