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  1. Black_Soul33

    Black_Soul33 iPad Fan

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    Just now I was charging my iPad and it was having 91% and in about 10 seconds it suddenly reached 100%

    Is there anything wrong in my iPad ?

    Any virus attack or something ?
     
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    MoonlitSonata Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Viruses aren't possible, unless you're jailbroken.
     
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    Then why did it happen ?
    This device is jailbroken !
     
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    My knowledge of jailbreak is vey limited. Sit tight, there are plenty of experts here. :)
     
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    I've moved this to the hacking forum as you are jailbroken, to hopefully get you the help that you need.

    The Archangel
     
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    it's probably just a "hitch" in the battery monitoring software. I would not worry about it, TBH.

    You may need to re-calibrate the battery. To do - run the charge down to about 5% and then plug the iPad in for charging (once you start charging it - don't use the iPad). This will ensure the battery monitor is as accurate as possible. I believe Apple recommends this process periodically...

    Marilyn
     
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    There are no known viruses for the iPad in the wild whether devices are jailbroken or not, just to be clear ;)

    OP as Marilyn pointed out, the percentage is just a software estimate. It will jump to full if it is not properly calibrated when charging completes. Let the device discharge fully and recharge to 100%.

    It is absolutely nothing to do with your jailbreak :)
     
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