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Samsung tab S7 + charging problem

(Topic created on: 20-05-2021 06:50 PM)
Yaşo
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Samsung tab S7+ charging problem

Hello 

I don't know how to better explain my problem to you 

(on top of that i don't speak english)

but if you watch the video you might understand

and maybe you will be able to help me

(I do not speak English) 

I have an application called ampere (an application that allows you to display the energy received or lost by the battery in real time)

I open the amp application it tells me for 

example 

2500 mA (Fast Charge)

4000 mA (Super Fast Charging) 

 

I open a second call of duty window 

and third window clash of clans 

I wait a bit and there when I look at the ampere application it tells me 300 mA or 200mA or 80mA or 60mA 

it will never go up to 2000mA or 4000mA again as long as the application remains open 

 

when I play Call of Duty it's 80mA (it will drain the battery even if I'm connected Fast Charge or Super Fast Charging) 

https://streamable.com/kl4c20

https://streamable.com/fug7d5  dex https://streamable.com/fug7d5

 

 

 

you might understand better by watching the videos 

 

when I open windows or games on my laptop I don't know how to tell you that it does not charge, it charges very slowly, it discharges, even only one game call of duty 

 

even if I am connected Fast Charge or Super Fast Charging on my laptop tab s6 it wasn't doing that 

test on your tablet please (with the same apps if possible)

 

with a single application geekbench https://streamable.com/xbizzi

https://streamable.com/0jmmsg

https://streamable.com/cjwzzu

https://streamable.com/4x9o7f

https://streamable.com/7r98wh

https://streamable.com/xqhcps

https://streamable.com/pukk9d

 

you can do a test like on the video please

https://streamable.com/fug7d5

I just opened 1 application I still have the same problem

https://streamable.com/f1q2f8

i made a video are the video games application and now i opened multiple windows without video games i still have the same problem

https://streamable.com/310lh9

https://streamable.com/9nxeql https://streamable.com/f1q2f8 https://streamable.com/8j7jm4

I closed everything he still does not want to load

https://streamable.com/n7fsas




i had a samsung tab s6  since I switched to tab s7 + I can no longer play call of duty


 
when I play Call of Duty I have this problem too

Samsung Tab S7 Plus touch screen issues while gaming
Cod mobile black screen




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Yaşo
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I closed everything he still does not want to load

 

https://streamable.com/n7fsas

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Yaşo
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I went to see my friend to test with his super fast charger. I don't have a super fast charger. I only tested

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Yaşo
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can you do the same as on the video. just to see if you're right or not Please

 

https://streamable.com/fug7d5

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Joeeye
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Here's a video. It shows that when the tablet is overloaded, charging is reduced to the point it will not charge the device, this is as expected. Notice how it resumes full charging speed at the end when everything is cleared.

https://streamable.com/rq7fbp
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Yaşo
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Merci!
It shocks me!
Does that shock you ?

you deleted Call of Duty ?


I would have liked to also see a video with Call of Duty and accubattery to see if it will go down to how much (mah) like on the video
https://streamable.com/fug7d5




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Yaşo
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you didn't even need to open the other applications !

with a single application geekbench
https://streamable.com/xbizzi

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Joeeye
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I know, but the point is as the tablet heats up, charging will drop. Putting the tablet through intensive tasks will obviously increase heat both on the battery but more importantly on the main CPU. The charger is designed to reduce charging when heat rises so as to safeguard your device and battery. Its perfectly normal to me, not a shock at all. These tablets aren't designed to run straight off power supplies like a laptop so it's perfectly normal and expected.

Oh about the video, that's actually recorded on my other tab S7 Plus, CoD is still installed on the other one.

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Yaşo
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mobile phones they are designed to operate directly from power supplies ?

i would like you to make a video with call of duty too

https://streamable.com/fug7d5

thank you very much for all your answers
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