K50 Gaming Edition - Poco F4 GT battery voltage and drain

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SAaied

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Oct 21, 2013
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hi guys i have a new k50 gaming
it came with dead battery out of the box i charged and used accubattery but its showing battery voltage is very high is this normal or i have to r return it ?

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It's sometimes that the software is just having a stroke, you should also check the battery voltage on CPU-Z as well, you can basically ignore it if you're using the Original charger and Data cable but if you're not then it might be a problem with the charger. And if you feel that your phone is getting warm or unbearably hot near the USB port area then it could also be an issues with the phone but you may wanna try another charger on it before you conclude that it's an issue with the phone.
 

Rulas25

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Hi there, I recommend you use Beta version 2.0 or newer as it introduces Dual-cell battery support. The readings on the old version are going to be wrong because this device has 2 cells connected in series, which adds up the voltage from both.
 

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I just found a better way to root and install TWRP on the POCO F4 GT:

First you need to unlock the bootloader with the Mi Unlock Tool. You need to go to the developer tools and there to the Mi Unlock Status. There you add your current Mi Account. After that you need to wait for 7 days before you can use the Mi Unlock Tool. After waiting for 7 days and successfully unlocking the bootloader with the tool, you can begin the process of rooting the phone and installing TWRP as your Recovery for the phone.

You can get the Mi Unlock Tool here: https://miuirom.xiaomi.com/rom/u1106245679/6.5.224.28/miflash_unlock-en-6.5.224.28.zip

Unzip the zip file:

In the Mi Unlock Tool folder are all the necessary files for fastboot and installing the fastboot drivers. Reboot the phone to fastboot, run the driver installer and connect the phone to the computer, that should install the driver.

Get the latest TWRP here: https://androidfilehost.com/?fid=14871746926876823387

Rename the file to twrp.img and move it to the Mi Unlock Tool folder.

Type in CMD in the address bar of the Mi Unlock Tool folder, that should open the fastboot terminal. Type in fastboot flash recovery twrp.img. That should properly install the TWRP to the phone. At last type in fastboot reboot to reboot the phone.

Now if you want to root the phone, get the latest release here: https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/releases

Download the latest APK file and rename it to Magisk.zip

Reboot the phone to recovery mode and simply go to install and choose the Magisk.zip file, now the phone should successfully be rooted. After booting up the phone, the Magisk app might not be installed, simple rename the Magisk.zip file to Magisk.apk, now you should be able to use that file to install Magisk. I recommend to enabling the Zygisk because some modules don't work without it.


The latest Magisk doesn't have the Module Repo anymore but you can use this Module Manager instead to get all the modules you want: https://github.com/Fox2Code/FoxMagiskModuleManager/releases

Now that should do it, your welcome: :)
 
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    I just found a better way to root and install TWRP on the POCO F4 GT:

    First you need to unlock the bootloader with the Mi Unlock Tool. You need to go to the developer tools and there to the Mi Unlock Status. There you add your current Mi Account. After that you need to wait for 7 days before you can use the Mi Unlock Tool. After waiting for 7 days and successfully unlocking the bootloader with the tool, you can begin the process of rooting the phone and installing TWRP as your Recovery for the phone.

    You can get the Mi Unlock Tool here: https://miuirom.xiaomi.com/rom/u1106245679/6.5.224.28/miflash_unlock-en-6.5.224.28.zip

    Unzip the zip file:

    In the Mi Unlock Tool folder are all the necessary files for fastboot and installing the fastboot drivers. Reboot the phone to fastboot, run the driver installer and connect the phone to the computer, that should install the driver.

    Get the latest TWRP here: https://androidfilehost.com/?fid=14871746926876823387

    Rename the file to twrp.img and move it to the Mi Unlock Tool folder.

    Type in CMD in the address bar of the Mi Unlock Tool folder, that should open the fastboot terminal. Type in fastboot flash recovery twrp.img. That should properly install the TWRP to the phone. At last type in fastboot reboot to reboot the phone.

    Now if you want to root the phone, get the latest release here: https://github.com/topjohnwu/Magisk/releases

    Download the latest APK file and rename it to Magisk.zip

    Reboot the phone to recovery mode and simply go to install and choose the Magisk.zip file, now the phone should successfully be rooted. After booting up the phone, the Magisk app might not be installed, simple rename the Magisk.zip file to Magisk.apk, now you should be able to use that file to install Magisk. I recommend to enabling the Zygisk because some modules don't work without it.


    The latest Magisk doesn't have the Module Repo anymore but you can use this Module Manager instead to get all the modules you want: https://github.com/Fox2Code/FoxMagiskModuleManager/releases

    Now that should do it, your welcome: :)