205 battery cycles since nov 17

Globug

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Seems a bit high, but im not sure. What do you guys think? (Running 5.1.1 4s , jailbroken a few days ago.)
 
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Satnam1989

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so mine does seem a bit high. how can i figure why why this is happening and how to fix it?
I also didn't use my iPhone for a little over a month...there is nothing wrong with your cycle count...its normal if you charge it daily, or if you charge it twice some days instead of daily. either way there is nothing wrong or need to fix, it is 100% normal, if you didn't have this many cycles it would mean u didn't use your iPhone.
 

Globug

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Mar 16, 2012
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Brisbane Australia
I also didn't use my iPhone for a little over a month...there is nothing wrong with your cycle count...its normal if you charge it daily, or if you charge it twice some days instead of daily. either way there is nothing wrong or need to fix, it is 100% normal, if you didn't have this many cycles it would mean u didn't use your iPhone.
oh ok great. thanks everyone. Yeah i do power it up about once a day or once every 1.5 days. used to be a bit more when i had ******** battery life. ok i feel much better now :D

Oh this is a bit weird. So this morning when i made this post, it was 205 battery count and i haven't plugged my phone in since, and it says its 206. How did it jump up without me plugging it in? i did "respring" it a few times since this morning.
 
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Satnam1989

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oh ok great. thanks everyone. Yeah i do power it up about once a day or once every 1.5 days. used to be a bit more when i had ******** battery life. ok i feel much better now :D

Oh this is a bit weird. So this morning when i made this post, it was 205 battery count and i haven't plugged my phone in since, and it says its 206. How did it jump up without me plugging it in? i did "respring" it a few times since this morning.
Im not sure but as far as I know the cycle count moves forwards only once the iPhone has been unplugged.....and it also goes up if you plug it in for a certain amount of time even when not fully charging.
 
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