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Default [Q] Prevent Auto Dim & Auto Shutdown When Battery Low

I recently got the ZeroLemon battery.

When the battery gets depleted below 15%, the screen automatically dimmed. Moreover, when it's below 1%, phone automatically shutdown.

Has anyone figured out a way to bypass the auto dim and auto shutdown?

Any app or xposed module out there?

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Moreover, when it's below 1%, phone automatically shutdown.
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What do you want, that it goes to -30% ?

You can look into the xposed modules collection :

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2327541

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What do you want, that it goes to -30% ?
Well, 15% of 10.000mAh is still 1500mAh, about 45% of the original battery.

1% when it auto shuts down is still 100mAh, 3%. Plenty of time to save whatever you're doing or even make it at least another 6 hours when it's in deep sleep..

I can see why that would be an entirely too annoying issue. Imagine if ours with the default battery started auto-dimming and slowing down at 45%.....
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1% when it auto shuts down is still 100mAh, 3%.
But still, i replied to the below 1%. He didn't say 1%, below 1%. What would that be, 0.92% ? 0.36% ? Or out of juice and therefore shutting down ?
But all in all, I don't even care anymore.

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I found Disable the Critical Battery Shutdown with Xposed module.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/xpos...-v1-0-t2583320

Unfortunately, the developer stopped supporting it. It doesn't work on Kit Kat.

Anybody have any other idea?
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