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  1. sj55555's Avatar
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    Although my discharge rate is much lower now ~80 mA, my full charge capacity is now less than 1300 mAh when it used to be over 1400 mAh. Also, it seems to be going down. Yesterday, the full charge capacity was ~1380 mAh.
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    The full charge capacity is up to 1409 today. Bizarre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sj55555 View Post
    Although my discharge rate is much lower now ~80 mA, my full charge capacity is now less than 1300 mAh when it used to be over 1400 mAh. Also, it seems to be going down. Yesterday, the full charge capacity was ~1380 mAh.
    I have similar observations. The max capacity seems to be going up and down; yesterday just a bit over 1100mAh, today almost 1300. I have had the update for a few days only, but already I have an impression that this latest update actually made things worse and a full battery does not last as long as with the version before this.
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    The readings are not reliable. That's why this number has been removed in the latest diagnostic tool version. My capacity increases when I Charge my phone.
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    As Chris said, that information has been removed from the latest version of the diagnostics too; presumably to stop people freaking out about it. It will still tell you the rate of discharge, which is *significantly* lower than it would have been previously.

    The full charge capacity was fluid like that since the update before this one, it's nothing new, and definitely nothing to worry about. It will fall as the day goes on and rise as you charge it again. For your own piece of mind it might be best to uninstall the old diagnostics tool and get the new version.

    I would say that my battery comfortably lasts 2 days with light to normal use, mostly on WiFi; which is not triple what it used to be, maybe not even double, but definitely a marked improvement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mprice86 View Post
    As Chris said, that information has been removed from the latest version of the diagnostics too; presumably to stop people freaking out about it. It will still tell you the rate of discharge, which is *significantly* lower than it would have been previously.

    The full charge capacity was fluid like that since the update before this one, it's nothing new, and definitely nothing to worry about. It will fall as the day goes on and rise as you charge it again. For your own piece of mind it might be best to uninstall the old diagnostics tool and get the new version.

    I would say that my battery comfortably lasts 2 days with light to normal use, mostly on WiFi; which is not triple what it used to be, maybe not even double, but definitely a marked improvement.
    Actually, I am using the latest diagnostics version. With 12070 upgrade a fully charged battery lasts about 1 - 1.5 days. Before this upgrade it was 2-2.5 days. 12070 is a step backwards, at least in my Lumia.

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