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Fast Charging can be achieved in two ways Hardware based Charging (including Chargers and Chip set enhancements such as Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 Kernels (including kernel tweaks) capable of increasing charge rate whether it is USB or wall outlet charging There is a fictitious way or a myth using apps: There is NO way for an app to over ride the device ...


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First of all, I would like to thank everyone who helped me understanding what can be the problem exactly; I am posting it as an answer because this is what solved my issue. The problem was neither with the charger nor with the USB cable. The real culprit was an extension cord which was offering very high resistance probably. Since my socket is at a ...


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Excessive Heating of battery is a typical, inescapable effect of using " fast or rapid " chargers. Reason behind this is the charging rate. Normal charging uses 0.5 to 0.8 C (C is the charge rate) whereas fast charging uses anything between 1 to 3C. In simple words, this is pushing more current to charge faster. Heat produced is related to Power and governed ...


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They are right, it hibernates apps..if you are rooted with xposed it really does magic, but most modern apps are coded to restart persistently so a lot will restart after being hibernated because without root and xposed it can't hold the apps closed, it merely force stops them but that can still be effective if you only hibernate apps that don't restart ...



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