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I have a Lenovo Vibe and using it from a year and a half. Recently I observed that the display turns on and off on it's own, while charging (only while charging)

I tried to change Display Settings and upgrading the device. But the problem still persists. So even if I charge for 3 hours, it fills only for 50 %. This was not the behaviour earlier.

How can I fix this please?

Current Android Version: 5.1. I don't remember the previous version .

  • How can I update my question ? Didn't see any options. So adding a comment.I don't remember the previous version. Here's the current details. Android Version: 5.1 Base band version: P1ma40_A_V035_160226 – Vijay Aug 8 '16 at 13:12
  • Where i can find developer option ? In settings tab, i don't see it. I have only "About Phone" And I didn't understand the term, " Rooted" – Vijay Aug 8 '16 at 13:19
  • @Vijay to update your question, use the edit link below it. As for developer settings: If you don't see them, you can't have changed that option (and btw, it wouldn't explain the turning on and off). If you're interested in this nevertheless, see our usb-debugging tag-wiki on how to activate developer settings ;) – Izzy Aug 8 '16 at 13:23
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This is not a solution to fix your device problem. It is a workaround only to keep your screen off, while charging

Automation is the preferred option. Many apps are available. I prefer using MacroDroid , since it is free (upto 5 macros) and easy to learn. To understand how MacroDroid works and required settings, my answer here


Your macro would look like this

  • Macro : Screen Off (name of macro )

Trigger:

Power Connected

Action:

Screen On/OffScreen Off

Constraints: None (leave blank)

  • I will try this Work around and let you know the results. Thanks for your time. – Vijay Aug 8 '16 at 13:39
  • If the answer meets your needs, you can consider "accepting" it by ticking the green check mark on the left. This shows it worked for you and also those seeking in future for a similar solution will find it useful – beeshyams Aug 22 '16 at 10:02

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