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This is not a software setting: Android is just telling you that the power source you connected the device to is not giving enough electrical power to charge as fast as it could. It seems that: "Charging slowly" means below 1A (at 5V), "Charging" means between 1A and 1.5A, "Charging rapidly" means more than 1.5A. The solution is to make more electrical ...


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Other answers have explained about how to make it charging faster, this answer tries to explain more about the threshold that the Android uses. The charging speed is not configurable; it's just a status that Android shows to let the user knows about it. When it was first implemented, it's based on the how much current (in milliAmpere) it receives. As ...


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This is by way of supplementing OP's research with additional relevant inputs "Charging Rapidly" always is neither desirable nor changing the charger mode user configurable Why is it not desirable? Current drawn for charging is not uniform. It varies depending on the stage of charging as can be seen from Figure 1 here This is reiterated by OEM-see ...


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Use your slimport to charge and HDMI and get a bluetooth keyboard and mouse, that is the optimal configuration. The only dumb thing LG didn't predicted is to turn off the phone display when you are using an external.


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First charge your device for an hour. Maybe it is not turning on for lack of charge. Then follow this steps: Download the firmware as per your device model from Here Download and install Moto G drivers on your PC from Here Install Minimal ADB & Fastboot in your PC from Here Now when your device is in switch off mode, then Press and hold 'Volume down' ...


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It won't make any difference , if you are charging from a wall adapter (assuming both cables are fine as mentioned) But, if you are using your laptop, things change. USB 3.0 port compared to a USB 2.0 port, the former has a maximum rated capacity of 900mA, whereas latter has a rating of 500 mA (80 % faster). In this situation USB cable 3 connected to ...


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Moto X Play supports fast charging, though this review says a fast charger is not supplied with it, maybe they supplied it subsequently Fast charging needs to be supported by the USB cable as well. The D+ and D- pins of the cable negotiate the charging voltage and current with the device, in tune with the charging circuitry in the charger (see Overview of ...


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Charging a new battery for x hours before use is a "legacy hangover" from the days when Nickel Cadmium batteries were used. Those batteries had a "memory effect". As a result, over a period of time, they "remembered" lesser battery capacity than rated capacity. To prevent this, it was advised to always fully charge these batteries This is not the case with ...


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User manual of your device does not offer any clue, but Acer community forums highlight the feature of original charger to do fast charging by delivering more current, which probably the other chargers don't have From Acer Iconia won't charge, see reply of Acebillsey The charger that came with should have been a 5.35V 2A charger with internal settings ...


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Yup, you should be able to use the adb command. Or use an app I just released to disable usb charging in Android phone. Has not been tested on Samsung j7 though. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.bramantya.stopcharging&hl=en It needs root access.



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