I heard that charging li-ion batteries to less voltage value heavily increases number of (charge-discharge) cycles, while decreasing phone work time(energy return from charge) only for a little.
Charging only a half of capacity increases number of charges 3x, so there is 1.5x outcome in energy that i could get from battery for its life. I have 5000 mAh battery, and a huge power bank. It is very big capacity, and i am ready to sacrifice some working time to prolong battery life for years as much as possible.
So for now it could charge to 4.2V to 100%, and i want to "reconfigure" or "recalibrate" BMS. It should "think" for example that 3.9V is 100% charge and stop charging it, and 3.6V is a 0% and is a device shutdown voltage.
How to set this in Android?