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Just got this working for ZTE Force (Boost Force, Sprint Force, etc). I used IET_DEMO's answer, but replaced the file located at /system/bin/battery_charging with this code: #!/system/bin/sh /system/bin/reboot
charging occur when tab is on and batt level over 30%. So charge it aftar shutdown it. It mean charge tab when batt level below 30% only in device off..
No, It is not possible on unrooted devices and yes, it can be done on rooted devices. In a rooted device, Add a permission to Android : android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS. Then, system call the set function of the BATTERY_STATUS_CHARGING from the BatteryManager with a 0 value. To automate this function, use a third-party application like Tasker to ...
I think you've hit the nail on the head. It sounds like you have a faulty port/connection. If you fiddle around with the cable in the device does it connect/disconnect? Have you tried using other cables etc? The part that concerns me is that you say it starts to work after 3-4 hours. If this is the case every time; it could be even stranger than purely a ...
Try Battery Monitor Widget With Battery Monitor you can control your Battery status, here are some features: Unplugged since Last level change Total charges Total charging time Total unplugged time And many others The google play page Hope it will help.
I sell lithium-ion batteries and I can say for sure the ones that are not charged fully before first use have less capacity and fail more often than ones that were properly charged.
Got it running. The max77803 chip in the SM-C115 was also used in the S4 but the driver my kernel had did not support the ET-UP900 device. So I searched for newer kernel driver and found danielpanzella/P900-kernel-source. In this driver they call the device LANHUB. If you have a look at the code there are a number of other devices, too. The driver detects ...
It is a kernel (feature known as recovery) and you can't change this, unless you change your kernel with desired option enabled. Didn't try this out, but Autosleeper Auto power ON-OFF application seems to do, what you want.
As it turns out the issue was in the non-original charger. I don't have original charger from Ace 2, but original charger from Galaxy S3 works perfectly fine, as well as charging from a PC via USB.
In recent versions of CM, check the Settings->Developer options->Stay Awake (Screen will never sleep while charging) option.
I have an OTG adapotor that looks like this It accepts SD, microSD and USB memory sticks while charging. It's a bit bulkier than what you've got, but it may be worth trying. This one was made for the Galaxy S2, and it works well with the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy S5 as well (those are the ones I've tried it with, and it probably works with most Samsung ...
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