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It sounds like a hardware problem. A corrupt system would not result in your tablet instantly powering off. Your tablet is likely not getting charged (although it may be receiving power from the charger, it may be charging very slowly). Try different charging cables and different wall adapters. There may be loose wiring in one or the other. Check the ...
Depending on the kernel the phone uses it may be possible. If you use a kernel with the ability to change the charging power like the Boeffla kernel then you can create a profile in the Configuration app that comes with that kernel and set the maximum power usage to 0mA. Then you can use Tasker, an app you can get from the Play Store, to send an Intent to ...
Battery Calibration thread on XDA forums. Download from the Play Store. Description° Requirements: Android 2.1+ | Root permissions Calibration needs to be done after flashing a new ROM, but you can calibrate any time you think your battery is miscalibrated. This program does it by removing the batterystats.bin system file. The OS generates a new clean ...
Yes, no problem. They both use a regular micro USB format.
Sounds like a loose connection and/or hardware issue. If you fiddle about with the cable in the port and the light comes on, it could indicate that the cable is potentially faulty, else, if it's only around three weeks old, can you not send it back and get a replacement under faulty/warranty terms?
Do you have the Developer Options settings enabled on your phone? If you do, go to Settings >> Developer Options >> Stay Awake. If that option is checked, then your phone will never sleep while charging. Uncheck it. Also, in Settings >> Display >> Daydream >> When to Activate (at bottom),do you have Daydream set to activate while charging? It's possible ...
Change the screen timeout option, or the 'Never sleep on charging' option
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