I installed a new Apple battery in my MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2011) myself (bought the battery new from iFixIt).
Installation worked great, extra 4 hours of battery life - fantastic.
Then I decided to get all smarty-pants and "recalibrate the battery". I let the battery run empty, and the system entered "deep sleep"/"hibernation" mode as expected.
THEN I broke it when I did an SMC reset, as found here.
Ever since the SMC reset, when my battery meter in the menu bar gets to ~9%, the system completely shuts off without warning. No hibernation, nothing - complete power off.
Can anyone tell me how to get the system to properly recognize that the battery is almost dead, so it enters deep-sleep as it used to?
Things I've tried: Resetting SMC again, running battery dead and charging back to full.
Battery Charge Cycle counts looks normal; here are possibly relevant specs form system profiler:
Battery Info > Charge Information:
Full Charge Capacity (mAh): 5683 Health Information: Cycle Count: 100 Condition: Normal
System Power Settings > Battery
Hibernate Mode: 7 Reduce Brightness: Yes Standby Delay: 4200 Standby Enabled: 0