Oddities with battery meter and clock

Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by EmilyD, Sep 3, 2012.

  1. EmilyD

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    Yesterday I turned off my iPad when its battery percentage was at 57%. Then I turned it on again, a few hours later, and the percentage had dropped to 29-- but suddenly it jumped up to 56. Since then it hasn't jumped up or down oddly. Previously, I've seen it go down or up by as much as ten points after being off for a while, but not anything like what I saw yesterday.

    And today, I noticed the clock bar go back one minute and then tick forward again. I've never seen this before; is it normal?
     
  2. goofy8275

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    I think you know the answer to that question: no. :D
    Try rebooting by holding down the power and home button
    Make sure your iOS is up-to-date
    If all else fails, you may have to do a reset and erase.
     
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  3. NickyD

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    Close all apps in the background, reboot the device, try a reset network settings if the above fail.
     

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