My mooshimeter was in update-loop today. It was working yesterday, but when i tried to use it today, i first realized that led is blinking too often to be on stand by.
First i tried to reset it, got little further, but it crashed on the main meter screen before i got any results. Then again, update loop. I somehow connected the dots, as i moved the device just when it crashed and then took it fully apart, removed batteries and bend contacts to tighten them. After that, it has worked just fine. It would be nice, if this happens just for bad power connections, as tightening is very easy fix.
I thought i had heard how that battery indicator works and found this from the admin:
Regarding battery levels: the indicator in the app is quite rough: 100% means 3.0V or more, 0% means 2.0V or less, and it’s linear in between. The meter shuts off around 2V.
That was actually part of an answer to my question(s) there:
Where I got to 1,1 volts per battery.
Then there is this:
It should not be a huge problem with newer devices, but it is still possible to cut through battery insulation and short circuit those. I have added kapton-tape over my battery holders, just to be sure.