Originally Posted by jmindset
Recently I have noticed my battery overheating and dying really fast. After 10 minutes of web surfing it dies without warning. I also noticed a weird watery smudge on my screen whenever I pressed anywhere on it. I took out the battery and noticed that it was "fatter" and wasn't properly fitting inside the player. My question now is can I used the battery from my 3.6 player and use it for my 4.2 player? Is it safe? Will it damage my player?
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Generally battery issue solution:
1. Calibrate battery
- Download "Battery Calibration" from NéMa from the Play Store
- Charge to 100 % and wait 20 minutes after it says "Full charge"
- Open Calibration app and touch "Calibrate"
- Unplug and discharge to 1 %
- Charge to 100 %
2. Battery training
- Every week: Discharge to 1 % and charge to 100 %
- Every month: Calibrate battery
3. Set the right settings
Open settings and disable (or set to lowest level) all features you don't need
I won't use the 3.6's battery
Good luck, Androthan
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