Fast charging and discharging

Mshikadau

Village Elder
#1
iamcardib-20171130-0002.jpg Vipi wadau.So i have a sony experia z4, been having battery nightmares.Nikicharge kabla ianzie 0% inaanzia kitu 29% but the percentages change kulingana na charger.Then after full charge inaanza kudischarge by 3hrs moto iko kitu 15%. The battery is inbuilt so i havent tried to replace.I know this is a common problem even with other phone models so tafazalini nipeeni solution ama suggestions of what could possibly be wrong.In the meantime tusafishe kidogo na cardi b
 
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1776

Village Sponsor
#4
Hii infinix yangu inacharge na 40 minutes and lasts the whole day with lots of use and 4g on.

In your case, it might be a spoiled battery. You may need to get it replaced.
 

Mshikadau

Village Elder
#5
Hii infinix yangu inacharge na 40 minutes and lasts the whole day with lots of use and 4g on.

In your case, it might be a spoiled battery. You may need to get it replaced.
Point noted... But izi ma inbuilt pia huchangiwa battery kweli?
 

Bigfish1

Village Elder
#11
Best to deal with service centres, you get original parts and good workmanship .
Yes inbuilt batteries and most parts on these smart devices can be replaced .
Visit the service center then weigh in on the best option depending on the quotation you get.
I replaced a screen on a new phone recently , cost me equivalent to 11k, good , clean and fast job, took 20min and I was out.
 
#13
Best to deal with service centres, you get original parts and good workmanship .
Yes inbuilt batteries and most parts on these smart devices can be replaced .
Visit the service center then weigh in on the best option depending on the quotation you get.
I replaced a screen on a new phone recently , cost me equivalent to 11k, good , clean and fast job, took 20min and I was out.
I hope its a fairly new phone and its a proper high end. Otherwise nunua simu ingine!
 

LeoK

Village Elder
#17
Just get a new phone and save yourself headaches and stress. Hii tabia ya kutumia any charger you come across ni noma. Seems you screwed up your battery.
 
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Deorro

Guest
#20
Pia you can try to calibrate the battery.... Do it by discharging the battery completely ile hata ukiwasha it cannot turn on then connect it to chargw using a good cable and charger too hadi ifike 100 then turn it on. Lakini if ni older than 2 years, nunua battery mpya
 

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