Hello, I just bought a new 5200mAh extended battery for my galaxy s4 and was wondering how can I properly calibrate the battery for better battery performance. Any tips will be helpful. Thanks
Everyday i surf google and other thread i need i found out that calibrate battery is help to improve battery life for your phone
My battery life is suck i usually using phone out of 20% !!
Q:SHOULD I NEED TO CALIBRATE THE BATTERY ?
IS IT RIGHT TO CALIBRATE THE BATTERY LIFE LIKE THIS STEP BELOW ?
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