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hi all
i was working with my tab and set the clock to wake me up in the morning,
now i woke up and i see the tab is power down, but its not back,
no turning on,no recovery , and no downloading,
BUT,when i push power+Vol.down(downloading mod) with a RED line it says : Low Battey.Cant download!
but my battery was between 20 and 30 %...

guys pleas help me
Last edited by rezadentevil; 26th January 2014 at 03:40 AM.
26th January 2014, 06:24 AM |#2  
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hi all
i was working with my tab and set the clock to wake me up in the morning,
now i woke up and i see the tab is power down, but its not back,
no turning on,no recovery , and no downloading,
BUT,when i push power+Vol.down(downloading mod) with a RED line it says : Low Battey.Cant download!
but my battery was between 20 and 30 %...

guys pleas help me

Get a good 2 Amp AC charger and leave on on charge for a good while.

After able to boot, you 'might' require a battery scaling calibration. I have posted a guide in General section for that (link in signature).

Best of luck

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Get a good 2 Amp AC charger and leave on on charge for a good while.

After able to boot, you 'might' require a battery scaling calibration. I have posted a guide in General section for that (link in signature).

Best of luck

Sent from my GT-I9500 using XDA Premium 4 mobile app

Thanx UITA
its u again who helped me,
thanx alot
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Thanx UITA
its u again who helped me,
thanx alot

I hoping for your sake the tab will revive. fingers crossed

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I hoping for your sake the tab will revive. fingers crossed

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thnx bro
its alive again.
what was the problem?
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thnx bro
its alive again.
what was the problem?

If you're referring to your problem posted here, I guess the
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Don't let the battery discharge completely : potential to damage the battery and/or the battery fall "asleep" (internal safety circuit opens) with the charger then unable to service the battery.

.

A good 2 Amp AC charger can often "kick-start" the dead battery, but not always.

As far as the cause, I can only guess; app or process causing wake-lock > battery drain, or perhaps a battery scaling issue as I described in my thread : [TWEAK] SGT 7.7 Battery Calibration [Fuel Gauge Reset]
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My tab would discharge to approx 30-35% then drop to around 10-11% almost instantaneously, sometimes shutting off if I wasn't paying close attention !

Glad it's sorted
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