|Mar 25, 2012, 04:01 AM||#1|
Well i got my battery percentage on my ipod touch using ifile. I got a problem. The percentage isnt really correct. Goes back and forth and never 100%. When i unplug it it goes to 98% and from there it drains. I also removed some launch daemons including com.apple.powerd.plist. I tried hard reset couple of times. It went to 100% but quickly drained to 99%-98%. Is there a solution.
|Mar 25, 2012, 04:22 AM||#4|
Why do you think Apple opted not to put percentage option for ipod touch? That was the reason. The touch's battery reading fluctuates depending on use. Sad but i hope they fix it in the next version of the ipod touch (5th gen hardware)
|Apr 28, 2012, 09:42 PM||#8|
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