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[Q] A500 Lag During Charging

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By kazai, Member on 4th July 2012, 04:54 PM
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Hello all, I have 1 issue with my A500. Only during charger plug in, my tab become super lag. This problem started when I doing overclock using flexreaper extreme.

Tried to flash new kernel from eztery, upgrade bootloader to v8, and flash lightspeed ics rom. None of these works as I still have this problem. Even on recovery screen, my tab is not responsive when charger plugged in.

I don't know what caused this. Is anyone having the same problem? Please help.
 
 
4th July 2012, 07:31 PM |#2  
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im on the same but no probs while charging, maybe titanium backup,. nandroid and wipe all and re-install flexreaper
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actually i've tried that already. Real format and wipe all and flash different rom and kernel. Strangely it just heppen while charging. Do you think this is hardware problem?
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actually i've tried that already. Real format and wipe all and flash different rom and kernel. Strangely it just heppen while charging. Do you think this is hardware problem?

i think it must be as ive never read anything about this anywhere before did it do this when you was stock?
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I never have this when on stock. Even after on flexreaper for few months also no problem. This only happen after upgrade to flexreaper extreme with OC. Weird.
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have you clocked it back to 1ghz? might help you out? im not really sure dud srry
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Does your tablet have a loud screen whine while it charges? Mine has been doing that for sometime now...
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Does your tablet have a loud screen whine while it charges? Mine has been doing that for sometime now...

def take it back and get a replacement that's a hardware flaw another member posted about that then eventually his tab died and wouldnt charge up, if i was you matey i would take it back asap to show them the whining sound so they cannot say you did something to break it, plus you'll have that noted down incase they dont do anything and it then does break.
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Does your tablet have a loud screen whine while it charges? Mine has been doing that for sometime now...

Mine have no sound while charging. It charge the battery as usual. Only the tab become less responsive and typing using on-screen keyboard is a headache.

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have you clocked it back to 1ghz? might help you out? im not really sure dud srry

Tried that already, still have problem. I can minimize the problem by increasing the minimum frequency to 600+MHz.
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The whine could also be capacitors (if any) on the logic board that are about to burst or something. Or something is overloaded and getting stressed out.
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