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This is a big one which is tough to give a complete definitive answer. There are a ton of variables involved that could easily change the the end data as per you. A few of things are involved are conditions like theory, optimal, or real world environment. The carrier and there network the technology they utilize. The data type itself and who's definition of ...


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If you can try installing this: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.probeez.liteprofiles And if you are rooted you can get an Xposed module that can properly do that for you. And if you really tech savvy you can mod the framework.jar but that require some coding knowledge and could seriously damage your device.


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No. Assuming your phone is updated to Lollipop, the sound is just always on now.


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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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Not going to beat around the bushes here - take it to a repair shop as soon as you can. The problem with water damage is that it's impossible to diagnose the extent of the damage by just seeing what the average user can do (ie. turning it on and off). It needs to be opened up and inspected by someone who knows what they're doing so they can let you know if ...



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