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Directly after unplugged (after Message BATTERY FULLY CHARGED) Then unplug and directly plug in again, wait for Message BATTERY FULLY CHARGED.... and again and again

But....if it works....one or few days later you will have the same issue again [emoji16]

I ignore it after Samsung changed my Battery
but i bought the phone only a month ago
from your words can i say it's a battery problem ??
 
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No, I don't think that is a battery problem. Maybe a Software Problem in the Charging electronic or just a wrong information.

Sorry, bad English, maybe can't explain correctly what I mean [emoji16]

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No, I don't think that is a battery problem. Maybe a Software Problem in the Charging electronic or just a wrong information.

Sorry, bad English, maybe can't explain correctly what I mean [emoji16]

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it works really thnQ
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charge until 100%, unplug your phone, switch it off, plug the charger and charge for 5 to 10 minutes. Unplug the charger, turn the phone on, plug the charger back for another 5 to 10 minutes.
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Actually, guys, the reason for this is completely different.

Modern smartphone charging works like this - the battery is charged at high rate until 80-90%. At that point, the charging rate (how much current is directed to battery) is decreased to avoid overcharging. When battery is fully charged, the charging process is stopped until the battery level drops to about 95%. Then charging process is restarted.

The lowered percentage happens if you unplug during the so-called pause in charging. Android itself may still show 100% in the first place, but then shortly after decreases to the real amount. It is just the way modern batteries are built and there is no way to fix it.

Besides, does the 2-3% of battery really matter that much?
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Actually, guys, the reason for this is completely different.

Modern smartphone charging works like this - the battery is charged at high rate until 80-90%. At that point, the charging rate (how much current is directed to battery) is decreased to avoid overcharging. When battery is fully charged, the charging process is stopped until the battery level drops to about 95%. Then charging process is restarted.

The lowered percentage happens if you unplug during the so-called pause in charging. Android itself may still show 100% in the first place, but then shortly after decreases to the real amount. It is just the way modern batteries are built and there is no way to fix it.

Besides, does the 2-3% of battery really matter that much?
after the battery decreases to 98% it works fine & stable , i just want to know if there is a proplem or it's the normal for the phone
thnQ 4 this information

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