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[Q] Charging Current

23rd August 2014, 10:36 AM   |  #1  
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Hi,

When I was using Galaxy S3, before I got the OPO, there was an app called Galaxy Charging Current that would, of course, show the current at which the battery was charging. Helped me a lot in identifying charging problems with that phone. I don't have any problems with charging, but do we have a similar app for OPO?

I've checked the GSam Battery app but it doesn't show charging current. Any help would be appreciated.

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24th August 2014, 01:04 AM   |  #2  
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Try battery monitor widget.

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I second battery monitor widget. It supports the OPO specifically.
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Quick System Info Pro. Gives you charging, discharging and a lot more info in the notification drawer.
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Thanks all for your suggestions.

I'm trying out the battery monitor widget right now but it doesn't seem to show the correct current numbers. I mean, I am using the wall charger and the current jumps around between 800mA and 1050mA. The wall charger is charging fine and fast, so, it should be around the 1800 - 2000 mA mark, right?

Will try the Quick System Info Pro in couple of days and get back.

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