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.
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.
Since I received the system update about a week ago, I have to charge my phone sometimes 2 x a day and I'm not using it. I used to get 2 days out of a charge. When I check the battery useage it shows com.android.systemui 31%, Android System 22% and google play 8% are my top 3 uses in the past 8h on this charge.
Lately, I don't know what's different. But I plug in my phone before going to bed. Example last night around 10 pm. This morning, I'm awake around 4:30 am. The phone had 6.5 hours to charge. The phone has only charged to 70%. If I were to leave it plugged in all day, I will get a full charge. Just takes forever.
I've read some forums saying that maybe my charger isn't powerful enough...