Airplane mode charge lvl

by Akapoor » Wed, 17 Dec 2008 02:34:50 GMT


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 After leaving the phone on charge (airplane mode) the maximum charge
displayed is 57%.

After a machine reboot, charge is redisplayed as 99%.

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