calibrate htc one m8 battery

In this article we are going to show you how to calibrate the 2600 mAh battery of the HTC One M8. As we said on the How To Fix HTC One M8 Charging Problem & Battery Drain, the HTC One M8 has battery problems. Even though HTC improved the battery life of the HTC One M8, there are still a lot of problems.

There are many reasons and factors for battery drain on the HTC One M8. One of these reasons is corrupted battery. The battery should be charged to the maximum, then it should drain to 0% and then it should charge again to 100 percent.

Also Read:How To Fix HTC One M8 Extreme Power Saving Mode Not Available

But many users don’t do this. They charge the phone to 100 percent, use it until the battery goes to 40 percent and then they charge it again because they are afraid that they phone might die. When the battery goes through this, the cycle breaks and then it doesn’t hold a full charge properly anymore.

If the battery cycle is broken and it doesn’t hold a full charge, you should calibrate the battery of the HTC One M8 for better battery life. Follow the guide below to learn how to calibrate HTC One M8 battery.

Solution 1

The first way to calibrate the M8 battery is through Recovery. Turn your phone off and boot it into Recovery mode. Using the volume up and down buttons select wipe cache and wipe dalvik cache. This will automatically reset the HTC One M8 battery. Even better, you should do a factory reset. In Recovery select wipe data option.

Also Read: How To Fix HTC One M8 Bootloop (Stuck at Boot Screen)

Solution 2

Download the app called Battery Calibration from the Play Store. This app will do all the hard work for you. All you have to do is to charge the battery to 100%, unplug the charging cable, open the app and tap “Battery Calibration”. This is will calibrate the HTC One M8 battery and will also reset it.

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  • BatteryFacts

    The opposite is actually true. A lithium ion battery should rarely be allowed to drain below 20% and letting them get as low as 0% is very bad for battery life with these modern li-ions. Ideally they should be kept between 40% and 70% to maximize their lifespan. The full charge from 0% to 100% myth dates back to nickel-cadmium (ni-cad) batteries which actually do work best that way. Given that nickel-metal-hydride (nimh) came after that and also don’t do well when drained to 0%, it is an extremely outdated myth. Even lead acid and new lithium-ion-polymer batteries prefer staying between 40%-70%.

  • jmcalli

    The Battery Calibration app only works if your phone is rooted.

  • kamrul

    i have problem with charging. when i charging my phone (40%) its showing its take charge but after 15 mins 36% ,battery going down. other thing is in the same time when i reboot my phone into twrp recovery mood that time battery is good, its showing 51% battery, after that reboot again into marshmallow that time also showing 51% but when plug in charge still same problem. please advice what should i do. i am sure battery & charger ok. i already tried Battery Calibration but nothing happened.

  • Elos

    I have a similar problem but with a windows not an android how do I fix it then?