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6h0st

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No need. Toggling it off and on may help.
Will try to replicate this issue.

" If I set other value than 85%, than the battery protection in Device care is disabled automatically."
- Yes, that's normal. GMH will automatically toggle it when battery charge reaches the set level.

Thank you.
I got it working doing this:
1. I disabled battery protection in both apps (Galaxy Hz and Device care) and enabled it back in Device care only. In Galaxy Hz it was still disabled.
2. I connected the charger but the phone battery level was was already at 88% so it stopped charging saying 85% level was reached.
3. While having the charger connected, I enabled in Galaxy Hz the Battery protection mod and set 90%.
Charging stopped/started at that moment and continued until 90% was reached. Than it stopped saying 85% reached. 🙂
 
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I mean the whole point of this app is to tinker around with the device's display settings, surely they know what they're getting into. For that same reason, why not remove the Auto-Sensors off since there's also a lot of people who have no clue how that works.

I think CQHD should be put back in especially for Premium users (as an experimental feature) or even put it in a "developer settings" inside the app where it's somewhat hidden and needs to be unlocked with a few taps. I like what you're doing with this app but this was somewhat a disappointing update (lack of CQHD) to see especially how good the new beta has been for me and have been a Premium member for over a year. I hope you reconsider and perhaps many other people would agree?

It's a free feature in earlier versions - no premium required.
The removal decision in v8 was reached due to a very considerable number of complains of shrinking UI after rebooting the device (a behavior in OneUi4.* which is beyond control of GMH). Unfortunately, many are not versed on dealing with this issue - having difficulties passing the lock screen. We hope you'll understand.

N.b. If oneUi5 fixes the behavior, it will be added back on v8.
 

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..., surely they know what they're getting into. For that same reason, why not remove the Auto-Sensors off since there's also a lot of people who have no clue how that works.
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That's not a correct assumption and I don't understand why you compared it to Auto sensors off. We are talking about issue that is caused by applying CQHD on OneUI4.* - shrank UI with mismatching touch points causing anyone difficulty on passing the lockscreen when device is rebooted or even after a long idle. As previously stated, many are not well versed of working aroung this issue atleast based on the reports that we received. One even resorted to factory reset the device which we don't want to happen.
 
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I got it working doing this:
1. I disabled battery protection in both apps (Galaxy Hz and Device care) and enabled it back in Device care only. In Galaxy Hz it was still disabled.
2. I connected the charger but the phone battery level was was already at 88% so it stopped charging saying 85% level was reached.
3. While having the charger connected, I enabled in Galaxy Hz the Battery protection mod and set 90%.
Charging stopped/started at that moment and continued until 90% was reached. Than it stopped saying 85% reached. 🙂
Thanks for the info. Have to check and improve it to make it work everytime.
 
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Greetings!
The protect battery mod is a very nice addition, but sadly, setting any value then 85% doesn't work for my device: SM-N9860.
It would be great if you could make it work and add an option of 80% as minimum, because charging heat starts from 80% (at least from some tests).
Thanks for your work and time.
Cheers!
Same for me on N20B
It's OK with beta 4
it won't switch off battery protect
 
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@tribalfs Hi, thanks for the amazing update of V8. I have beta 7 on my N20U now. There is a bug for the Protect Battery Mod on the quick setting tiles. It shows "##%|".
Screenshot_20220815-200453_One UI Home.jpg


Besides this, I have one more question regarding the new Protect Battery Mod. I have been using Tasker custom settings to toggle "Protect Battery at 85%, there are some automation that I set.
However, when I turn on Battery Protect Mod on GMHz, the automation on Tasker is no longer working. I cannot manually toggle it other than the GMHz app or quick setting tiles. Is this in your plan? If there is no way to manually toggling it, would you consider to include the Protect Battery Mod in the Tasker Plugin?
Thank you for taking time reading and answering my questions.
 

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@tribalfs Hi, thanks for the amazing update of V8. I have beta 7 on my N20U now. There is a bug for the Protect Battery Mod on the quick setting tiles. It shows "##%|"
This is not a bug. %| means percent limit. ✌️
I actually plan of replacing it with a better dynamic % icon in the next updates.

@tribalfs Hi, thanks for the amazing update of V8. I have beta 7 on my N20U now. There is a bug for the Protect Battery Mod on the quick setting tiles. It shows "##%|".

Besides this, I have one more question regarding the new Protect Battery Mod. I have been using Tasker custom settings to toggle "Protect Battery at 85%, there are some automation that I set.
However, when I turn on Battery Protect Mod on GMHz, the automation on Tasker is no longer working. I cannot manually toggle it other than the GMHz app or quick setting tiles. Is this in your plan? If there is no way to manually toggling it, would you consider to include the Protect Battery Mod in the Tasker Plugin?
Thank you for taking time reading and answering my questions.
Yes, if enabled in GMH and limit is set to higher than 85. Will try to add tasker support in the next update.
 
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Could you remove notifications from the lock screen and the AoD screen?

I do not need them, and the option to turn off would be useful.

You could add seconds to the notifications. I need seconds. I am currently using an external application, but it is not a system clock and needs to be synced sometimes.
 

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Could you remove notifications from the lock screen and the AoD screen?

I do not need them, and the option to turn off would be useful.

You could add seconds to the notifications. I need seconds. I am currently using an external application, but it is not a system clock and needs to be synced sometimes.
Not clear. Please specify what notification.
Seems like not related to GMH.
 

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Hello .. change my device .. how do I recover my preluin? since in beta 7 does not give option to add my serial?
 

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I have updated Galaxy MaxHz from 7.14.58 to 8.0.0-beta7 and realized that I cannot turn on or off "Protect battery" via Bixby Routines system app or manually via Battery Settings as I used to.

My mobile is S22 with latest update (S901EXXU2AVG6).
 

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Hello .. change my device .. how do I recover my preluin? since in beta 7 does not give option to add my serial?
please. Do I have to buy the application again?

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