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Battery charge level not changing after replacement.

I decided to replace the battery in my Lenovo android tablet. I obtained one through Amazon and carefully installed it. It seemed to work fine, but the charge level never seemed to change from 57% if it was in use or on charge. Eventually it just died and I could not get any response from my tablet (even on charge).

I replaced the battery with my original one and that is now behaving in the same way - but permanently showing 50%.

Yes it was working fine before (though needed recharging every couple of hours).

And yes I have done a factory reset- still saying 50%

I have cleaned and carefully checked the battery contacts, and ensured the connector is fully engaged.

Any suggestions?

Most googling comes up suggesting the micro USB port is faulty - but this would not explain why the level indicator does not go down from 50% when in use!

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Try checking the health of your battery with the AccuBattery app at https://play.google.com/store/apps/detai...

See if there are any pending software updates for the tablet, as well.

If AccuBattery reports that your battery is fine, and your software is up-to-date, then try changing your charging cable first, then the charging port.

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Yes I tried Accubattery. I was using it before and it is why I decided to change the battery (it claimed the original battery was down to 36% capacity). However it now won't work - claiming that it cannot measure the current! It reports 0ma usage even when it is being used. I think this is more than just a charging problem, though the tablet seems to be working fine it seems not to be able to monitor current flow.

Another detail - with the charger plugged in it has the charging graphic but the red light is on (previously only on when battery was virtually dead) and it remains at 50%.

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