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15th March 2016, 06:46 PM |#161  
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Why don't you try performing a reflow on the mainboard?
You don't have much to lose at this point, right?
 
 
15th March 2016, 08:05 PM |#162  
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Rewhat? You mean like Baking? In the oven at 90C for 3h like they do with Graphics Cards?

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Why don't you try performing a reflow on the mainboard?
You don't have much to lose at this point, right?

I don't think this would change anything since he watered his phone , means he did a shortcircuit and a component or more of them died . :-/
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Rewhat? You mean like Baking? In the oven at 90C for 3h like they do with Graphics Cards?

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Yep. Exactly that, but at much higher temperatures.
But it won't work because of the water damage. Oh well

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I don't think this would change anything since he watered his phone , means he did a shortcircuit and a component or more of them died . :-/

Oh right. I forgot it suffered from blooming water damage
Yeah, then a reflow would not do much to help in that regard. A shorted component is down for the count, unfortunately
16th March 2016, 07:00 AM |#165  
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Should have turned it off instantly when I saw the flickering on the screen, and let it dry in a bowl of rice ~.~

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28th April 2016, 03:40 PM |#166  
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I've bought a HTC 10 now.
Not sure if I'm gonna keep it or sell it after a while. But it looks fun

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24th May 2016, 03:21 AM |#167  
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Your benchmark is so details and helpful, keep it be . Hope you would do a benchmark for Xperia Z5.

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24th May 2016, 07:29 AM |#168  
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Absolutely no Chance.
The z5 is a sd810 device. Imho the A57 cores are a huge mistake. Sadly sony won't sell the Xperia Performance X Premium in Swiss. So i think I will Stick to the HTC 10 for a year or more. Let's see what Sony has to offer in their new X Lineup next year.
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Then you do benchmark for M10, I will wait for your thread

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guess what?
My Screen is NOT broken! The Screen itself and Touchscreen both work fine.
It's the Backlight that's gone. So you don't see anything on the screen, except you use a Flashlight as light source ^^

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5th August 2016, 09:09 PM |#171  
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What to do with a broken phone?
How to use my almost useless phone
So, my Touchscreen still works. i simply can't see anything on the screen.
Using the Mobizen App i can see and control my phone over WiFi.... but what to do with it?

Use it as an IP Cam:
Thanks to the app "IP Cam" you can transform you phone into a IP Cam.
Place it somewhere connected to Power and use it as a Surveilance camera. 720p MJPEG for integration into Synology Surveillance station? no problemo, all under /video
The only thing is the phone will get about 55-65°C warm in a room with 23°C ^^
Continuous streaming and video recording takes its toll.


Use it as a HTPC:
You still have a working 3.5mm jack for Audio Output, and the Kodi Android App is pretty neat.
So why not use that to connect an old HiFi in your home? (yeah yeah yeah i know, for some people it's really hard to find a HiFi that's not already fully connected, especially with RaspberryPi 3 that has included WiFi and Bluetooth for 35$) If you have a Local NAS you can stream all the Music and don't need a local Database on your phone.

There is one little Problem though. Because my screen is broken i cannot start Kodi when the phone boots.
How did i solve this? a simple script at boot
Code:
monkey -p org.xbmc.kodi 1
the 1 starts the launcher activity of kodi, using Script Manager I set start at boot rights, and done, no more problems with rebooting.

So.... What about Batterylife?
Continuously connecting your phone to the charger and keeping it at 98-100% is bad for the battery right?
After hours of googling i finally found a solution for this issue (yep.... most time was spent on figuring out how to write bash..... )

How to Start/Stop Charging your phone while being connected to USB/Wallcharger
OR How to stop Charging an always connected phone
(And it also works on the magnetic dock if the Xperia Z2)

It's actually pretty easy.
Code:
cat /sys/class/power_supply/battery/charging_enabled
Should return a 1, use a echo > 0 and it stops charging

Using the command
Code:
cat /sys/class/power_supply/battery/capacity
shows at what Percentage your battery is right now.

Putting this all together in one script we get:
Code:
#!/system/bin/sh
while true
do
Battery_Level="$(cat /sys/class/power_supply/battery/capacity)"
if [ "$Battery_Level" -ge 75 ]; then
echo 0 > /sys/class/power_supply/battery/charging_enabled
else [ "$Battery_Level" -le 30 ]
echo 1 > /sys/class/power_supply/battery/charging_enabled
fi
sleep 600
done
So the phone will charge between 30% and 75%, Stops if it goes over 74%, starts if it falls under 31%.
This script is run every 10 Minutes aka 600 seconds.
Set as root, and set at boot. Voilą

Don't forget to completly drain an load your phone from 0% to 100% every 3-6 months.
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