- CrackBerry Abuser
- 317 Posts
PlayBook low battery behaviour
I've noticed something peculiar about my PlayBook's behavior the last few weeks. When I'm using it and the battery reaches 10-12%, it automatically shuts itself down without any warning or alarm. And why would it warn me? The notification is supposed to happen at 10%. Now, if I'm not using it and it's sitting in standby, when it reaches 10%, the normal Alarm goes off.
Is this normal behaviour? It doesn't seem right that it doesn't give me any warning while I'm using it.
- 12-28-12, 09:18 AM #3
About time super troll...erm...mecha got banned. Who waste their time spewing hate on a mobile platform Site? Pretty lame, op as always try a reboot and if that doesn't work reinstall the OS.
- CrackBerry Genius
12-28-12, 06:14 PM #5
- 3,524 Posts
It sounds like your battery meter isn't calibrated correctly. RIMs method to calibrate is to let it drain until auto-shut off then charge fully. May need to do it a couple times. At full charge you will see a plug over the battery, not a lightning bolt. Use the included charger or rapid charger not the USB to PC charge.
Does it do anything else odd? Maybe stay at 100% for a while?
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