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There could be a variety of reasons for this. You can try to recaliberate your battery (which I dont think is the cause, since absurb shutdowns are nowhere near related to battery caliberation, but well... you can give it a try if you like). If that doesnt work then it could be loose battery or something as such on hardware side (this is most likely the ...


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Use the "Broadcast receive" block with "Battery changed" action, the broadcast "extras" will include a "temperature" entry: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/os/BatteryManager.html#EXTRA_TEMPERATURE Here's an example flow for getting the battery temperature: http://llamalab.com/automate/community/flows/655


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It might be because of an old battery, did you buy a new battery to test it, otherwise you can go to any good repair shop to test it and to get a new battery. Otherwise the battery might be bad calibrated. You need root to try to calibrate. Here is one of the many links to the many apps. ...


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All phones automatically stop charging once they reach 100%. They then carefully monitor and "bounce" the battery level to ensure it doesn't drain too much, but doesn't overcharge, either. But they're definitely designed with this core concept in mind to reduce damage. Besides, if it stopped charging it at 100% and didn't start back up again, odds are by the ...


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You could buy any wireless plug and switch like we have some of the products from belkin. You can set timer when you want to stop them through your phone itself.


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First, AFAIK, "Notification Service" makes reference to receive notifications in Telegram about every new update (changelog or "What's new"), as well as another announcements which Telegram staff may consider important for you to know via Telegram chat. Second, Android Lollipop has a new way to manage notifications per app. Enter Settings screen for your ...


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Like any other app. Go to settings >> apps >> Telegram. uncheck 'Show Notifications'


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I'd use Tasker for something like this! You can make a task to do the following: Context: run between ?? a.m. and ?? p.m. Check the Repeat box and set to every 1 hour Add Task Pick File -> Write File Give it a title, click the "tag" button and choose Battery Level I checked "Append" and "Add Newline" as well, but the last would be optional I guess. ...


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I found the solution on this forum (in french, thanks god I'm french). Your battery is too low, chances are you've left you tablet discharged and unused for quite a while. Anyways, you need to unconnect the middle connector on top of you battery (you can see it in practice in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=humtforaj2w) then reconnect it and it ...


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The issue here appears to be Viber. Reading the permissions on the app, it has the ability to: disable your screen lock prevent device from sleeping modify system settings close other apps draw over other apps First step, remove Viber. If you absolutely must continue using Viber, check the app to see if any of these options are able to be turned off in ...


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Slow charging is great for a lithium battery. Two things kills lithium batteries Temperature Charge level Charging too fast causes excess heat, that damages lithium batteries Keeping your battery charge too high also damages lithium batteries Ideally you want to slowly recharge and keep it between 20% - 80%. Also, many short small charge cycles is ...


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It is not any virus . Its simply ad. Check which app you installed recently, it might be a third party app. Just ignore that message it doesn't harm your phone.



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