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6th generation Android smartphone designed by Google and manufactured by Huawei. Released October 2015.

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Replacement Battery Charge Level

I have just replaced the battery in my Nexus 6P last night and this morning reached the point were I needed to give it it's first full charge as indicated from the card that was inside the battery packaging (Let it drop to 10% and then full charge to calibrate new battery). I let it get down to about 6% before plugging it in and left it alone on my desk while I worked. Once the power level reached 89%, the battery indicated that it was fully charged. I continued to leave it plugged in for about 20 minutes, it still never went about 89% and still said "Fully Charged". I'm also using the app AccuBattery (paid version) and have for some time to get battery diagnostics and whatnot. I'm hoping that with my next charge it would be correct but perhaps there is something else I can do?

Any input would be greatly appreciated!

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I don't have an answer, but same issue, mine is 93% fully charged. Not a real problem, probably needs some recalibration ,


Are you synced to a Mac or PC?


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It may be a software calibration issue. It is possible you got a bad battery from iFixit, but if the phone is functioning normally, I doubt that's issue. What reading does the battery app give you?

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I have the same issues and still experiencing random shutdowns with the new battery ,I really love this phone and would hate to see it go over a battery any help would be amazing.

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