Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by vincent john, Jan 5, 2017.
how to disable this notification?
Use the device in a warmer area.
No. Because i already mount it inside my car. And if that notification pops up it stops charging thats why needed to disable. Is it possible? Anyone there?
Battery temperature too LOW??? What app is giving you that popup? I have never heard of a battery being too cold...
Is the phone and car temperature at below 0 degrees C? Because basically you can't charge lipo batteries at below freezing temperatures, and the phone might be telling you that. Once the car is running and things have warmed up, it will be OK.
You can't disable that warning because it's just telling you that the safety feature is being activated. Forcefully charging a battery whose temperature is too low is a good way to make it explode.
No app. Its just a default system
Yup were just -17•c here in our country..
I have read that link but i dont know how to execute. Do you guys know?
I have read that link but i dont know how to execute. Theres a code to disable it. Do you guys know?
Please note, this doesn't modify any functionality, it just disables the pop-ups. The battery will not and should not charge when overheated.
Sure that also applies to too cold as well, you've killed the warning, but it still won't charge, until it's within the specified temp range. And it assumes you've got a Samsung Galaxy S3 and it's rooted. Is your own phone rooted?
Consumer-grade lithium-ion batteries should not be charged at temperatures below 0 °C (32 °F). Although a battery pack may appear to be charging normally, electroplating of metallic lithium can occur at the negative electrode during a subfreezing charge, and may not be removable even by repeated cycling. Most devices equipped with Li-ion batteries do not allow charging outside of 0–45 °C for safety reasons, except for mobile phones that may allow some degree of charging when they detect an emergency call in progress.
BTW that's one reason why electric bikes and trikes here in northern China are conventional lead-acid battery and not lithium. And things like Tesla cars that use lipo batteries, actually have a special heater that can warm the batteries if needed for cold and freezing climates.
It appears that pop up could be the result of a hardware issue. Have you ever had the screen replaced?
Read that again. It makes no difference. Following the instructions in there would just remove the notification, but the phone STILL WILL NOT CHARGE.
The only solution is to wait for the battery to heat up or cool down until it reaches the required temperature. This is a safety feature so your phone's battery won't explode. Even if you disable pop-ups, you won't be able to charge the battery. Hope this helps.