I have tried several Android emulators, and they are always charging at 50%. I have checked my computer and it is plugged in to the wall, but no matter how long I wait, the charge stays at 50%. I think Google needs to include better batteries. Are there changes that I can make to my code to make it charge faster?
Hello. I have the tablet by Curtis, the Klu LT7033 and I have some questions about it. First and foremost, why won't it charge? I have used the charger for about 3 months and it worked fine. Now, it won't charge. Ill plug it in and it won't charge, like it normally should.
I have a GS3 on T-Mobile that's about a year old. About two weeks ago I noticed the battery won't charge, and when it read a 100% charge it would discharge quickly. I replaced it with an Ankher 2200maH battery and had the same problem. Today I did the factory reset and still no luck, I'm having the same issues. I only charge it with the factory charger that came in the package.
Personally I haven’t tried this Shake to Charge application on my Android phone yet. But if I read the description on the download page, it tells me that we can charge our battery by shaking our phone for about two minutes. Anyone tested this app yet? Share with us here. if you are unsure, its [...]
So the battery died a few days ago, i was meant to put it on charge but i forgot about it and had to go out and i got back last night. When i went to put it on charge last night it showed the nexus and google screen then turned on like normal. When i went to use it the screen flashed black with lines going across the screen for a second then turned off.
European Union regulators are preparing to charge Microsoft for failing to comply with a 2009 ruling ordering the company to offer users of its desktop operating system a choice of web browsers, Reuters is reporting.
The EU opened an investigation into the case back in July, to determine whether Microsoft had kept the commitments it made under the antitrust ruling which stipulated users should be
i bought this phone yesterday i mean i started to use when i first time charge it was %30 i keep charge it full till evening now i always keep it charge whenever get chance what im asking is how to use battery to keep it charge everytime or charge it once till %100 then finish and charge again
I have read through all I can find and cannot tell for sure. I am building a tool that will display in-app products that are in stock on an ecommerce site. Can I charge for an in-app subscription service that sends the user a push notification when the product comes back into stock?