How do I fix wrong battery percentage?
Unplug your phone and restart it. If the battery is still not at 100%, plug in the charger and charge it until the battery is 100% full. Repeat this cycle until it says 100 percent. Now, discharge your battery until the phone turns off by itself.
How do I get my phone battery back to normal?
You can recondition that battery easily without any special tools needed. Let your cell phone battery run down until it shuts off the phone. Don’t recharge it but instead wait 30 minutes, turn the phone back on and let it run down and turn itself off a second time. At this point the battery will be fully discharged.
Why is my battery percentage stuck?
The most probable situation here is a software glitch. Your phone is incorrectly reading the percentage in your battery. Another possibility could be a faulty charger. My suggestions would be try a different charger, restart the phone, and if none of that works, see if you have an software update available.
Why is my phone battery percentage not changing?
The reason for this is simple. Batteries naturally degrade over time, and their capacity slowly decreases. But your phone isn’t always great at measuring that—if your battery has degraded to 95% of its original capacity, your phone might still report that as 95% full, instead of 100% full (the “new normal”).