1. SL2's Avatar
    My 1020 is now 2.5 years old and I want to know how much the battery capacity have dropped.

    How do I check this?
    Last edited by SL2; 05-16-2016 at 09:33 AM.
    05-16-2016 12:12 AM
  2. gpobernardo's Avatar
    You may use the AIDA64 app for this. In my Lumia 1020, the current battery wear is 5% after over two years of ownership.
  3. gpobernardo's Avatar
    You may use the AIDA64 app for this. In my Lumia 1020, the current battery wear is 5% after over two years of ownership.
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    05-16-2016 02:10 AM
  4. SL2's Avatar
    Thank you for the tip. I actually reacalled using that very same app a long time ago for that, but this is all it gave me today.
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    05-16-2016 07:11 AM
  5. SL2's Avatar
    You may use the AIDA64 app for this. In my Lumia 1020, the current battery wear is 5% after over two years of ownership.
    How did you find this out? I assume it was in the battery tab? As you can see in my pic, there's no info about battery wear.
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    05-18-2016 07:02 AM
  6. gpobernardo's Avatar
    That's strange. There should be a label there called "Wear Level" under "Battery". But the interface of your Aida64 looks very different from mine - are you still in Windows Phone 8.1? I've upgraded mine to Windows 10 Mobile already, and the app versions might be different. My Aida64 is version 2.0.6.0.
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    05-18-2016 08:05 AM
  7. SL2's Avatar
    That must be it, I'm still on 8.1 and the version is 1.1.1.0. I guess I must have been on W10 when I tried it the last time.

    Is it still possible to go back to 8.1 in case I don't like W10?
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    05-18-2016 08:47 AM
  8. gpobernardo's Avatar
    Yes, it is still possible, though I haven't tried it myself yet. The WDRT should do the trick, but do some reading on it first.
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    05-19-2016 04:27 AM
  9. P1ng0fDeath's Avatar
    Mine shows 0% of wear after one year of use. Is that possible?
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    05-19-2016 05:28 AM
  10. gpobernardo's Avatar
    I think the "module" that describes battery wear sends data in multiples of 5, so 5%, 10%, 15% - it's more affordable that way. So it's possible that your battery has between 5% and 0% wear, exclusive of 5%.
    05-19-2016 06:56 AM

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