Noonski · Feb 16, 2010 at 08:00 am

Measure and Compare Your Battery Capacity

In Windows 7 Microsoft has added a new functionality for laptops, the current and actual condition of the battery and it’s discharge are measured, and compared to what should be the factory optimal charge and discharge of the battery.

For Windows phones there is no good way to measure the condition of your battery. Member tobbbie didn’t take no for an answer and created a tool that can help you measure the condition of your battery life.

BatteryRunDown is provided as a MortScript, so you will need to have Mortscript installed on your Windows Phone to use this.

The results of the test can be read in any spreadsheet program like Excel or Open Office Calc.
This way you can compare your results with those of other members.

Originally Posted by tobbbie
Hi all,

…since I could not find a program to achieve this, I had to write one myself. Well, it is not a program, but just a MortScript to do the job of data collection while the battery is discharged.
As MortScript runs on all WM platforms from WM2k3 onwards and on both: Smartphone (standard) and PocketPC (professional), you can use this concept for all devices that MortScript runs on.

Continue on to the application thread.


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