The battery icon may not accurately represent the battery charge that is available until battery has been fully charged and then discharged one time after you update the device.
To properly cycle the battery, follow these steps: - Update your Zune with the latest Zune device firmware available.
Recently Microsoft rolled out the Windows Phone 7.8 upgrade for the Windows Phone 7.5 operating system.
Nokia announced that this upgrade will be available for their mobile phones during the first three weeks of the February 2013.
You will need to perform this a bunch of times to make sure that all the prerequisite updates and 7.8 itself gets installed! First Update (to): 7.10.8779.8 Second Update (to): 7.10.8783.12 Third Update (to): 7.10.8858.136 I’ve had to perform the trick over 10 times to get these 3 updates! Description for the 3rd update looks like it is Windows Phone 7.8.
8) Repeat a few times, I’ll post how many updates there are below! I think the update servers are getting hammered pretty hard, so this may have an effect on plugging the internet at the right time!
This is not the fixed time, so you’ll probably need to find your own number of the seconds (in my case it was 9 seconds).
The main goal of this step is to get the message: “An update is available for your phone.” and the “Update” button bellow this message.
My Zune 4GB was having bit of glitch, not on the performance front, its doing superb.
And from that level, when the battery was discharged, the next level shown was low battery.
So to rectify this, one has to Recalibrate the battery.
First of all you need to turn off the Wi Fi (Settings – Off) on your mobile phone.
In the second step you need to connect your Windows Phone to the Zune software.