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Thats called a bootloop (i like the word ). Its usually caused by an error when updating the firmware. I fixed it by flashing the firmware on it again with odin. However your data is lost.
I have a Nexus 7 which has not been charging over 20%. Today I put it in the oven at 50C for 30 mins then took it out and knocked it sharply on the bench a few times. After 3 hours on charged now have 100% charge
The issue is to not let the battery specifically lithium battery be full changed and not let it completely discharge . let it be between 40 to 80 percent. by using USB is more suitable because it let the battery to be slowly charged with significant absence of heat to damage the battery. Thanks
Looks like this wakelock is related to google location history reporting. I found this wakelock shown up today only after I enabled the Google Location history. It could be equally true with Google Now location reporting. Basically, to my understanding, this wakelock is related with reporting the location back to the servers which would help seeing the ...
We cannot say as such anything. If u use ur phone for hours, you might probably destroy your battery. So the conclusion is:- Not only games destroy your battery, any other app can also destroy ( Condition is that if u use it for hours and get used to)
I recommend not using your phone while charging as this can cause your phone to overheat. Also when you are using your phone while charging what actually happens is that the amount of time the battery actually requires for being fully charged increases due to simultaneous consumption. This can also cause the battery to swell and even hurt its life in longer ...
Try turning the flashlight on it works on the Galaxy Core Prime. Turn the flashlight on first then take your photos.
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