1. heading4tomorrow's Avatar
    With new unremovable/sealed batteries in newer BB's, do you use any apps or tools to check the health of your battery, such as charge cycles, capacity, voltage etc?
    06-12-15 01:46 AM
  2. kenzo_44's Avatar
    Take him for a check up - Blood and urine tests should help you determine how the battery is doing...

    Check health using BlackBerry Virtual Expert.

    Posted from Nederland!
    06-12-15 01:48 AM
  3. heading4tomorrow's Avatar
    I used that before, it just displays health status with a green color, but don't these batteries hold more info, especially the charge cycle which can help determine if the phone has been used before, etc.
    06-12-15 02:05 AM
  4. jdesignz's Avatar
    Device monitor.

    Pasaporte Pilipinas | SQW100-1/10.3.2.2204
    06-12-15 02:27 AM
  5. joeragan's Avatar
    I used that before, it just displays health status with a green color, but don't these batteries hold more info, especially the charge cycle which can help determine if the phone has been used before, etc.
    You need to enter the engineering screen, or better yet buy an app such as Battery Monitor or Battery and System Analyser (BASA) from BBW.

    Z30STA100-2/10.3.2.2204
    06-12-15 02:59 AM
  6. MarcoTwigo's Avatar
    You need to enter the engineering screen, or better yet buy an app such as Battery Monitor or Battery and System Analyser (BASA) from BBW.

    Z30STA100-2/10.3.2.2204
    How do you enter engineering screen?


    Posted via CB10 with my Z30
    06-12-15 04:13 AM
  7. joeragan's Avatar
    How do you enter engineering screen?


    Posted via CB10 with my Z30
    http://m.crackberry.com/how-access-e...-blackberry-10

    Do it at your own risk.

    Z30STA100-2/10.3.2.2204
    06-12-15 05:36 AM
  8. karswarnava's Avatar
    With new unremovable/sealed batteries in newer BB's, do you use any apps or tools to check the health of your battery, such as charge cycles, capacity, voltage etc?
    I see what you posted. I think you are new BlackBerry user. Because old BlackBerry users or experienced BlackBerry users never post this type of thread. I also think that you shifted from andriod to BlackBerry. If this is true then try to shift your mentality or concepts also this is not app centric os.

    Straight cut answer is no . I charge my mobile every night and I turn off my phone twice in a week.

     Z3 STJ100-1 ~10.3.1.2576 ~
    06-12-15 05:48 AM
  9. jayodin10's Avatar
    Take him for a check up - Blood and urine tests should help you determine how the battery is doing...

    Check health using BlackBerry Virtual Expert.

    Posted from Nederland!
    Kenzo_44: you forgot the stool test

    Sent from a BlackBerry Z30
    kenzo_44 likes this.
    06-12-15 06:03 AM
  10. jope28's Avatar
    I use BaSA http://appworld.blackberry.com/webst...ntent/33697896
    Has good general battery info as well as general device monitoring.


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    06-12-15 07:54 AM
  11. paulwallace1234's Avatar
    Escreen does the job for me
    heading4tomorrow likes this.
    06-12-15 08:07 AM
  12. Matty's Avatar
    Using the BlackBerry virtual Expert should be good enough. Batteries these days last between 500 - 1,000 cycles. Then they pretty much useless.

    If you have a removable battery, consider replacing it after 2 years. To keep the device from slowing down.

    Posted via BlackBerry Q5 on 10.3.1.2576
    06-12-15 08:16 AM
  13. heading4tomorrow's Avatar
    You need to enter the engineering screen, or better yet buy an app such as Battery Monitor or Battery and System Analyser (BASA) from BBW.
    I use BaSA http://appworld.blackberry.com/webst...ntent/33697896 Has good general battery info as well as general device monitoring.
    Escreen does the job for me
    Exactly what I needed, thank you three.
    I totally forgot about escreen, which made me sweat bullets when I was trying to get LTE with AT&T on my Verizon and Unlocked Z30.
    jope28 likes this.
    06-12-15 05:14 PM
  14. anon(55900)'s Avatar
    Yes, I plug it every night as I go to sleep and probably only really need to recharge every tow or three days, battery health is a dead issue, if you really want battery health issues get an Android and run dead before you get home!

    Posted via CB10
    06-12-15 09:03 PM

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