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Originally Posted by xchris View Post
I still curious if there is way to reset the ASUI's batt indicator to be on a par with the system's one.
Nokia's battery indicator lies to you, ASUI does not. There is nothing wrong with your battery. Nokia's hardware/software somehow determines a max value that is different for every battery. My battery is around 97%. The value ASUI displays is directly from Nokia's software, the same software that sends a signal over dbus when the battery begins charging and another when it ends charging.

Does Nokia's battery indicator have separate images for charging and full-but-plugged-in? ASUI includes a replacement for the statusbar battery that has two separate icons for those states. You can enable it in control panel. And ASUI's battery icon also replaces the bluetooth and wifi icons, and touching it opens ASUI.
 

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Well there you go xchris ...
straight from the ASUI's mouth itself...
to coin the phrase....

for myself..
as far as the nokia vs the asui batt findings...
taking the asui readings as more accurate as a given...I never bothered to compare...to note the difference..
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Sure guys I won't bother, I just thought that the device needs something a battery re-calibration, I had similar issues with past devices , usually after f/w upgrades the battery indicator went nuts.

Anyway, what I only manage to find is that there is a procedure to calibrate the energy management on N800, using Phoenix s/ware plus the CU-4 control unit , bit rare to find.
 

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