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Have anyone try it on ROG2? When the battery charge until the limit( 80%) , the charging indicator turn off as well as the status does not show it is charging. But apparently, the battery percentage continue to rise above the limit. Anyway to fix...
Cool, thanks for posting. Mine didn't have an RGB test. Maybe because I'm on an older version ?(SMMI TEST v6.0.74) I don't really care about the RGB anyway.
Without root any chances Because i don't want to root my phone There is no programmatic way to internally control the charging process without root, however there are some (not as good) alternatives. First there is an app Accubatter...
Refer to If you use Magisk for root, don't worry about battery optimization or the app being killed. It doesn't have/need to run in the background. Also ignore the inconsistent daemon status. It's j...
Limiting the battery charge to a fraction (70%-80%) of it's full capacity is a well known way to greatly extend the battery's charge capacity lifetime. There are several (root) apps created to automate this, that stop the phone from charging once...