Quicker way to charge cycle battery...

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  1. Swiss3g

    Swiss3g Member

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    Is there an app that can charge cycle my coz I find it quite tedious and long to do it manually thats why I forget to do it often...
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    no, there is no way to speed up your charging *sigh*
  4. Swiss3g

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    Lol... Not charging the battery, charge cycling it you know charging it till its full then draining it to calibrate the battery meter. I was wondering if there was an app that could do that for you (drain the battery completely)
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    I can imagine someone opening that app on accident.
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    ThePodofi Well-Known Member

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    I just turn brightness all the way up and play long youtube videos ...after that I use aplle wall charger
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    Yah that sounds good but to make it drain faster enable bluetooth
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    austinmartin New Member

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    There's an app in the itunes store called Battery Magic that does this for you.
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    I heard you only need to drain it to below 20%..... but that might not apply if you are trying to calibrate it.
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    Or you can browse the web for like 1 hour and have it drain down to 5% like I do.

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