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8th September 2019, 02:22 PM |#851  
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This should now be solved with last update (2.0.7b).

Thanks for trying to fix.
Now charging turns on and off every second after the limit has been reached.
I remember that this feature also did not work with another app from F-Droid I tried about a year ago . Seems to be really tricky. I will do without that feature.
8th September 2019, 04:05 PM |#852  
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Thanks for trying to fix.
Now charging turns on and off every second after the limit has been reached.
I remember that this feature also did not work with another app from F-Droid I tried about a year ago . Seems to be really tricky. I will do without that feature.

I suppose the % drop below the limit and it starts charging, then reaches the limit again and stops charging, and this repeats endlessly?
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I suppose the % drop below the limit and it starts charging, then reaches the limit again and stops charging, and this repeats endlessly?

No, just on and off every second. The moment I stopped it the battery was already at 84% (limit is 80%).
9th September 2019, 08:00 AM |#854  
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No, just on and off every second. The moment I stopped it the battery was already at 84% (limit is 80%).

Well, it doesn't seem such a good idea to implement this after all. At best it will start/stop charging when % reaches the specified limit or goes below again. After checking several devices, for a "better" solution it would require kernel support as it was implemented on few custom kernels a few years back. Still some device *seem* to behave nicely and stop charging while providing juice to use the device, hence without draining the battery.

I might remove that feature in the future if no positive results are reported. After all, the app supports BLX (Battery Level eXtender) in custom kernels implementing it, though I couldn't find any for recent devices.
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9th September 2019, 11:59 AM |#855  
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I might remove that feature in the future if no positive results are reported.

Please not. I tried battery charge limit before but this app never worked.

It looks good on my two Sony Z1c with LP 5.1.1 and AICP 9.0.
The accus stay always at the configured 95%.
Perhaps a little hysteresis of 2% would be useful.
11th September 2019, 01:27 PM |#856  
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thanks again on this way - great support.
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11th September 2019, 01:34 PM |#857  
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@ 3C,
thanks again on this way - great support.
(Root) Explorer with all functions (delete system app, assign rights, etc.) is now running on the Galaxy S10

Thanks for letting me know in the first place, I didn't realize Android 9 had /system folder in root partition (system with root) and had to be mounted RW differently!

However I can't confirm it will work on Android 10
11th September 2019, 01:35 PM |#858  
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Please not. I tried battery charge limit before but this app never worked.

It looks good on my two Sony Z1c with LP 5.1.1 and AICP 9.0.
The accus stay always at the configured 95%.
Perhaps a little hysteresis of 2% would be useful.

It works ok on my Pixel 3, Nexus 6P and Nexus 4, so will definitely keep it.
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11th September 2019, 01:52 PM |#859  
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Thanks for letting me know in the first place, I didn't realize Android 9 had /system folder in root partition (system with root) and had to be mounted RW differently!

However I can't confirm it will work on Android 10

I can say that when Android 10 is out for the S10.
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I can say that when Android 10 is out for the S10.

It's been confirmed (system is RO) already: https://twitter.com/topjohnwu/status...04631865778177. Using magisk to modify /system is currently the only way.
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It's been confirmed (system is RO) already: https://twitter.com/topjohnwu/status...04631865778177. Using magisk to modify /system is currently the only way.

Although everything is a little more complicated against earlier, but the main thing you can gain root privileges.

Thanks for the update - works as it should.
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