Originally Posted by XpLoDWilD
USB "normal" current is 500mA. The kernel was configured to take 450mA, which I raised to 500mA for the next build. You'll tell me if there's any enhancement on that side.
At the same time, AC charging was at 650mA, raised to 700.
This, plus Entropy's controller change.
Well, you'll see I reverted the 50 mA bump - the values in sec_battery_u1.c do NOT do what you expect, the only thing that matters there is whether it's 450 mA or less, as all of the charger drivers turn out to have only two settings and they decide based on whether they are passed a value greater than or less than 450.
The root problem of all the issues was that some notes have the SMB136 charger chip and some have an SMB328 - the driver for the 328 wasn't enabled.
This will improve charging performance quite a bit, but there's still more potentially to be had. I'm charging at 750 mA or so now, it SHOULD be 950, i'll be working on that in the next day or two.
As to battery getting hot while charging - I can't reproduce that, my temperatures are fine. You have a misbehaving app.
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