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Solved using the magisk module advanced charging controller (AAC), which let's you set the maximal current to whatever you want using the shell command aac --set --current {milliamperes}.


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Try fastboot oem off-mode-charge 0 (without equal sign) instead.


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I managed to turn my phone on by myself. Hopefully it will continue working. I warmed up 2 plates in the oven to 80 Degrees C, took them out, and put a third (cool) plate with the phone on top of them. Once they had cooled enough to hold my finger on them, I stacked them into a warm plate-phone-warm plate sandwich, with the top plate upsides down. This ...


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firstly did you completely sink your phone into rice? if at all you did then no wonder your mother board is damaged! like some kind of short circuit might have happened... well you can replace same model mother board or you upgrade to some good affordable motherboard because they cost nearly same price as new phone, you got 2 options buy new phone or buy new ...


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It all depends on your usage requirements If you can't afford to miss mails or messages your wifi /data will be on and that will certainly lead to battery degradation. See Battery capacity wear-down, and its relationship to charging practices, specifically the graph and it's explanation. Turning wifi /mobile data on/off isn't harmful. You can do that if ...


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Both tablets support fast charging, which means they are capable of charging faster than the earlier standard USB charging of 5V,2A. "Samsung uses "adaptive fast charging", while Huawei uses "super charging". They are proprietary technologies of respective OEMs, with specifics not made public (how fast can your device charge has ...


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