Is there any way I can check the battery health on my S20? By this I don't mean the items in "Device care" in settings, but the actual health of the battery? There are usually some dialing codes to access this sort of thing but I can't find any for the S20.
Part of the reason I ask is I accidentally plugged my Huawei P20 phone charger into my S20 the other day for a very brief period before I realised - I'm paranoid that because the charger is designed for the fast charging on P20 that the battery may be damaged? Or could someone put my mind at ease and confirm that this won't have caused any issues?
I'm also interested in checking battery health just as something to keep an eye on as time goes by.
Thanks for any advice
There are some very good apps in the Playstore who's primary role is to give information on the battery @alex_ncfc
I use CPU-Z which provides lots of information about my phone including the battery.
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