"Battery information will be available after using iPhone for a few.."
Since I replaced my battery, about 3 weeks ago, my iPhone doesn't show me battery usage stats when I go to settings=>Battery=>Battery Usage, but it only shows me "Battery information will be available after using iPhone for a few minutes".
I made all the software operations to have it fixed, such as battery recalibration, hard reset, reset all the settings, total reset and back up it, reset in DFU mode.. nothing ever works.
What does this could be caused by? I followed the iFixit guide very strictly and battery was working perfectly execept for this message, but I was wondering if it could be due to a collateral damage to something. I investigated so far by forums and repairers and I have my iPhone reopened: everything was fine, according to them, except for a small hollow on the logic board, nearby the battery connector, probably caused by the pressure I did for extracting the battery. I haven't experienced other kind of malfunctions, yet; my iPhone is working fine and this is the only thing that makes me worry. The repairer however said this would have turn in a bigger matter if I have really damaged it, such as a deeper malfunction. Do you think I could have damaged irreversibly my iPhone's battery connector or logic board? Is there a way to ensure I didn't do nothing to my inner components? Is the message "Battery information will be available after using iPhone for a few minutes" a familiar issue to anyone here? Do you know how to fix it? Please help me if you can, I'm quite desperate.
Adjournment: I bought an iPhone 6s in the least effort to fix the problem.
I made a reset and a back up and then I moved everything onto my new iphone. And what's the result?
The issue remains, most probably because of the software. Guess that the matter was part of the software and I was asking about what could have originated it, but it doesn't appear to fix even in an original new iPhone with an original new battery. I don't know what to do know, but, given that I'M NOT restoring it as a new one because I won't like to lose my data, I think I would get used to it.
Of course, it's strange and look like a spent my time and my money uselessly, but perhaps it could be useful to someone else know that it would depend by a software issue rather than a hardware one (both my sister and my father had the same replacement on iPhone 5s and 6 and are not experiencing any problems).
Strange world. :(
Is this a good question?