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I have an Lollipop EDC. That Android has battery with 6 pinouts. How to get information about battery pin-out via ADB?

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You can query get all information Android has about your battery by executing

adb shell dumpsys battery

Then you will get an output like this:

Current Battery Service state:
  AC powered: false
  USB powered: true
  Wireless powered: false
  Max charging current: 400000
  Max charging voltage: 5000000
  Charge counter: 1363859
  status: 2
  health: 2
  present: true
  level: 51
  scale: 100
  voltage: 3833
  temperature: 190
  technology: Li-ion

I don't know how and if it is possible to get other details on the battery such as the type number (e.g. for buying a replacement). If you require such information I would check if there is a tear-down video e.g. on https://iFixit.com for your device that includes such information.

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  • How to find pinouts such as Pin1 = VCC, Pin2 = GND, Pin3 = BSI, Pin4 = Temperature and so on via ADB? – koding Mar 16 at 14:01
  • @koding I don't think that this information is stored anywhere electronically on-device. It is a fixed property of the phone and the used battery. Using the phone name and the battery type you may find this info somewhere on the net but AFAIK not on-device. – Robert Mar 16 at 15:11
  • Thanks for point out. – koding Mar 16 at 16:05

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