Hello everyone. I have a question for you all. So, got a new phone a few weeks ago and I've noticed lately that after I charge it from, let's say around 10% to 100% and unplug it a few minutes after it reaches 100%, it stays on 100% for longer than it should. It stays on 100% for at least 20 minutes of active screen on use (no matter how I use my phone it stays on that 100% for quite some time), and after that it looks like it starts to drain normally. So my question here is: Can the battery calibration be off on such a new device?
Thanks in advance.
Did you ever manage to fix it on a52 and was it happening with every charge or only sometimes?
Oh well, guess it has to be like this. Thanks for the info man!
@Robbie-35 @vukman02 Hola, esto podría deberse a la aplicación Device Care. Intente borrar el caché y los datos de la aplicación, o desinstale las actualizaciones y actualícelas nuevamente.
Creo que 20 minutos con la pantalla encendida es tiempo suficiente para que no muestre progreso de consumo. Saludos.
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I'll try that today and let you know if it worked the next time I charge my phone completely. Thanks for the suggestion.
Well sometimes it dranis a bit quicker after it drains from 100 to 99 and sometimes it doesn't. I tried calibrating it once and after a full discharge and charge it worked fine but right after charging it to 100 again, it got stuck..