Let's say my phone is out of battery, and has turned itself off. I get to a charger, and connect it. Maybe I need to make an urgent call. But my phone refuses to boot until the battery is at 5%. It only takes like ten minutes to get to 5%, but still, I'd like to remove this limitation.
Some phones (and other devices) can even boot without the battery as long as they are plugged in, so I don't reckon it should be technically impossible to boot my phone with an empty battery if it's plugged in. The phone should be able to power itself from the charger alone, if nothing else.
My charger gives plenty of power, enough to use heavily and still charge at the same time.
I reckon the reason they have created this limitation is because if the user then unplugs the phone while the battery is at 1% or something, the phone may not have sufficient time to shut itself down properly. But I'm aware of that danger, and I still want to have control of this myself.
Is it possible to remove this limitation of 5% battery before boot?
To clarify, when I'm using the phone (and it's not plugged in), it goes all the way down to 0% without automatically shutting down. So there doesn't seem to be any limitation there. But if I then connect it again, that's the limitation I'm talking about. I then have to wait until it gets up to 5% before I can boot.
My phone is an Asus Zenfone 2 running Lollipop. It's rooted and I have Xposed Framework.