I’m not surprised that the battery meter doesn’t work properly. This is something I’ve seen reported with many tablets out of China, both Android and Windows.
See the video after the break.
Filed under Video, Windows Tablets
Here is the fix for the battery meter:
1. Open a new command prompt (run as Administrator) and run:
powercfg -setdcvalueindex SCHEME_CURRENT SUB_BATTERY BATACTIONCRIT 0
This will allow the battery to run down completely without shutting down/hybernating before it runs out.
2. Discharge the battery fully; use it until it turns off.
3. Charge the battery until full capacity. DO NOT turn the tablet on while charging. To allow for a full charge leave it charging overnight or about 8 hours.
4. After charging is complete turn the tablet back on and the battery meter should now be fine. You can check this by running HWInfo and looking at the battery capacity – it should show approx 31000mWh
Not working for me MR… It’s still stucked in 14,432 mWh :(
Was the command successful?
When you go to Control Panel > Power Options > Change Plan Settings > Change advanced power settings > Battery > Critical battery action
On battery: should say “Do nothing”
Teclast X98 Air 3G(C9J8)
i tried two times but It’s still stucked in 14,432 mWh
Teclast X98 Air 3G Dual Boot (C9J8)
Bios: 5.6.5 11/21/2014
i tried two times and command successful but It’s still stucked in 14,432 mWh
Is there any alternative to solve the problem ….. MR ???
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