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I had the same problem and today I did find what was causing my problem. It just started yesterday, 2 weeks after I got the phone. And the ONLY thing that was different is that I started using a generic AC charger that arrived yesterday. When I suspected it was the charger this morning, I switched back to the white Samsung charger that came with the phone ...
I've found a solution for the following problem: -The Nexus 7 2013 device must never be turned off unless it has an insufficient amount of battery -When the Nexus 7 2013 device is exposed to an inductive charge, it should turn on automatically In order to apply this change to my device, I activated the bootloader and ran a simple batch file with the ...
Problem solved: the reason was a defect in the battery. There was a small crack over the side of the battery. It was replaced by the shop where I bought the Phone last year.
No. What you're describing is something like the "hibernate" option you get on PCs. It would need support from the kernel and the userspace parts of Android. Since 4.2, the boot process on Android has been a lot faster on real devices, so typically it would be slower to boot from hibernation than to boot in the conventional way.
Check the power output of your Galaxy Tab 3's wall adapter and see if the power output is greater than the 5V 2.1A power output of iPad charger. If the Tab 3's USB wall adapter power output is greater than the iPad charger's USB wall adapter then that's likely why the non-Samsung power adapters aren't charging your Tab 3. The non-Samsang adapters aren't ...
There is more to an adapter than just the current, although kudos to you for knowing that much. The problems arise due to the fact that the USB-2 spec is for a maximum of .5 A at 5 V without some extra handshaking to ascertain that the device wants and can handle more. For Apple devices, this is done in a certain way according to their "standard", which is ...
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