Sorry that i have posted up a couple of threads now. I have narrowed it down to being the battery, and i would just like some peoples opinions to what they think the problem is?
I have some screenshots of my phone, so hopefully i can post them up in here as img's..
This is the app "androsensor" displaying overvoltage in the battery health section -
Telling me the phone is on charge when nothing was connected to the phone:
The constant message as everyone is probably aware of:
Again with use of the app "androsensor" displaying voltage and health of battery at the current time, less then 50%.
If you havent already worked out, my phone will be absolutely fine if the charge percentage of the battery is between 11% and 50%, any higher then 50% and it will show all signs that it is charging (such as lock screen) and keep reminding me the voltage is too high. Also, if i turn the phone off i can't switch it back on because it keeps displaying the charging screen and i have to plug the charger in to be able to actually switch the phone back on. I have spoken to my nework/carrier (o2) and they have said they will send me out a new battery next week, and i am hoping that will be the end of this. Does anybody else think this will solve the issue also?
I am quite technical minded and realise that the voltage readings when more then 50% seem to be higher then that of the battery itself (3.7V), and i have never known a battery to hold more voltage the older it gets. The highest it reads when fully charged is almost 4.3volts, which i can't see how. Would anybody else be able to use the "androsensor" app and most up screenshots of your battery voltages? So i can clear up whether this is at all normal behaviour or not.