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Remove the screen unit before heating. Your chips would be fine, however, if the heat applied gets a little to hot or is applied unevenly you may damage your case or other plastic; mounts buttons ect. The battery is another consideration, heat can destroy a battery - any temperature outside optimum range can weaken it (not to mention the damage an ...


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As a user, and not a developer, this is not an effect you should concern yourself with. For operations like disk defragmentation or use of flash memory as virtual memory, the sustained high disk write rates can wear out flash memory quickly. But "normal" usage by a human will not produce enough writes to create a wear issue. Let's take the sleep app as an ...


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Workmate is correct: all USB chargers supply 5 V with current limited by the design of the charger. However, the device won't draw more current than it needs -- connect a 2 A capable device to a 500 mA charger, and it'll charge at 500 mA, but connect a 500 mA device to a 2 A charger, and it'll still only draw 500 mA. Battery fires and explosions are caused ...


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I tried this a while ago and they didn't work for me either. So no, Apple stuff won't work on Android phones.


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I would recommend DashClock widget with the BatteryDash extension. BatteryDash is a reasonably simple battery info app with currently drawn amperes, delivery voltage and temperature data. DashClock provides that info through a Home Screen widget and a custom daydream. Links: DashClock : ...


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You can try Ampere (I didn't test it), which should show you the current (dis)charge rate: Quoted from a rating: I appreciate that this app displays which of my available charging devices delivers the most milliamps. It's useful because I know which charger to swap out for maximum power. Also, it may indicate if a known charger may be under ...


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Qualcomm marketing manager PJ Jacobowitz writes: Quick Charge 1.0 makes all this is available to the user with existing USB charging accessories — no new cables and wall chargers to buy. OK, so I don't need a charger with a special Quick Charge logo or anything. Good. Still, surely an underpowered charger won't allow the phone to charge as quickly as ...


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You need to root it and to unlock bootloader to install any custom OS. To do the latter one, refer to this guide by Sony: http://developer.sonymobile.com/unlockbootloader/unlock-yourboot-loader/. Beware, though, you'll probably cause bootloop when you unlock BL, so you'll need to flash ftf to boot into the device again (refer to 1)). Also, as far as I ...


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You can visit https://www.google.com/settings/dashboard from your Desktop/PC. Provide your Google Account details to sign-in(username and password) that you used while setting up your Android device. You need to expand the Android tab. Here you will see List of all Android devices that are connected to your Google Account and it will list the IMEI number ...


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Turn off Wifi during the intial setup, it will skip that screen as all updates exceed 20-30MB which is deemed too large to do on a mobile connection.



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