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I've been looking so far without any result yet.

What and where are the configuration files editable to change anything about the power management, specifically, the cutoff voltage ?

Any hints will help. (Something in the ROM? in the kernel ? in some drivers ?)

Working on a rooted Android 4.3

  • Sorry, my answer is not relevant, hence deleted- you were asking for config files , I missed that and gave you actual file location – beeshyams Mar 10 '17 at 15:30
  • This suggested it is kernel related – beeshyams Mar 12 '17 at 2:07
  • Huh, we need to know that device. What make and model? – Dan Brown Mar 15 '17 at 7:34
  • I do believe it's a Ingenic based device. Probably the newton 2 thing, but actually, i'm not looking for an exact file location, but for hints about where to search them. Something generic enough for that anyone can relate to it' device and apply to search the right way. – J.Jacobs-VP Mar 16 '17 at 14:54
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Yes. Using Xposed Framework. You can actually turnoff auto-shutoff of any android device on 0% battery. by using Disable critical battery shutdown and run your battery upto a voltage you want. Notice : This will require root permission

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