1. Spriteman's Avatar
    Hello, I have a problem with battery gauge on my Lumia 920.

    I have the phone for 15 days now and problem remains.

    Here is what i've done with 3 different phones to demonstrate gauge bug on Lumia 920 :
    - I have 1 Nokia lumia 920, 1 Nokia lumia 710 and 1 Apple iPhone 4.
    - All phones are full battery.
    - All phones are rebooted at the same time and i put them on airplane mode at the same time.
    - I don't use phones. I let them on airplane mode.
    - 24 hours later, iPhone 4 and Lumia 710 are almost full battery (more than 95%), the L920 is between 70 and 75 % charge. That is wrong for a 2000ma batt !!!!
    - I reboot Lumia 920 ([volume down]+[power]) and then battery gauge jump to 94 % (a lot better for a 2000 ma battery after 24h use on airplane mode).

    I'm disappointed with L920 battery gauge.

    I have had iphone 3G, iphone 3GS, Nokia N95..... and i have never see a such bad battery meter.

    I have empty L920 battery twice (self power down @ 0%) . There is no background task.

    Each time i reboot L920, battery gauge add few %.

    This morning battery meter says : 20 % and power save mode on. I press [volume down]+[power] a few seconds. L920 reboots and then battery metter says 64 % !!!!

    If i reboot L920 everyday, battery lasts well.

    There is clearly a bug on battery gauge of L920 (i'm not first user with exactly same problem here).

    My sofware is 1308.0001 ( RM-821).

    So i would like 2 things
    - A software fix
    - To know what happens when you reboot your L920 @ 20 % battery ([volume down]+[power] a few seconds)

    Thanks for reading and excuse me for my poor English.
    07-30-2013 12:03 PM
  2. ttsoldier's Avatar
    We know. Everyone knows. Nothing we can do about it till Microsoft releases an update.

    I am not sure if GDR2 addresses this issue.
    07-30-2013 12:21 PM
  3. stmav's Avatar
    That's why many people use 3rd party battery apps.
    07-30-2013 12:24 PM
  4. Spriteman's Avatar
    With GDR2 battery meter seems improved. It seems more accurate.

    My phone lasts longer with little use.

    But it is not perfect. Battery meter stills can jump from 85% to 93 with a simple reboot. Or from 24 to 55 %. (before it was 12% to 76%)

    I think L920 is on right way. i'm happy with it.
    08-13-2013 03:18 AM
  5. Grodelj's Avatar
    I can confirm that after GDR2 battery gauge is much better.
    08-13-2013 07:08 AM
  6. Spriteman's Avatar
    Still have this problem with Black Update. I had this update by OTA.

    I will try to flash my phone with NSU. NSU resets some battery internal calibration settings. But i don't believe it will help me.

    I have a **** phone
    01-24-2014 04:17 AM
  7. AndrewL920's Avatar
    Mu battery gauge/battery remaining in Amber is more reliable than Black Update. Black update fukd up my battery remaining.
    01-24-2014 06:43 AM

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