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2019-05-23 05:09:57
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Hello MI community
we all know that taking care of our phone is very important.. mostly the battery here's a brife charging tip..1. avoid charging your device when below temperature 0°C an example is when your device falls in water do not charge that moment .. follow my thread and check the topic (what to do when you dropped your device in water ) for more information2.Improper charging: If you leave your phone hooked to a charger long after it’s been fully charged, that could be harmful as the battery, especially lithium ones, gets overcharged and chemical reactions inside it eventually cause a bulge to form. The use of a cheap charger also affect it. Granted, they are cheap and get the job done, but at a higher risk of ruining your phone as they don’t charge correctly. Always use an original charger. You should also never make it a habit to disconnect your phone from the charging port before it’s completely charged to a 100%.3. Temperature: “Store in a cool dry place”, ever seen those words on a product and actually took the advice? Well, if you have a swollen battery now you might want to turn the heat down for your phone. When a battery gets overheated, it negatively affects your battery, causing it to swell. Heating can also be due to improper charging, such as using your device while it charges, or using a cheap chargerWhat do you do when it swells? Get rid of it properly. Batteries have been known to blow up and start fires so be careful how you dispose of it. Batteries may also leak when they swell and ruin your device. Replace the destroyed battery with a new ORIGINAL one and you’re good to go. You can not fix a swollen battery by biting into it, as most myths say, or by piercing it to relieve the pressure. Once it swells, you have to give it up.more information and thread will come under this same topic plz stay connected#prince kiah
2019-05-23 05:09:57
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snarFL | from Mi 9 SE


nice tips...thanks mate!
2019-05-23 07:38:44

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Suter | from Redmi 3


Good advice.
2019-05-23 08:23:54

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Dorarch | from MI MAX 3


Thanks for sharing
2019-05-23 08:32:27

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daniel675 | from MIX 3


good tips! thanks
2019-05-23 09:02:24

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V. Saran | from Mi A1


Nice info
2019-05-23 10:44:58
V. Saran
Thanks helpful tips.
2019-05-23 10:45:51

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1860bodo | from Redmi Note 5


thanks for tips
2019-05-23 11:00:23

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Pegafacts | from Redmi Note 7 Pro


Wonderful tip.
God bless MI community
2019-05-23 11:03:40

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Nabin1719 | from app


Nice one. thanks.
2019-05-23 11:09:08

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petarv | from MI 6


wrong. Lithium polymer batteries prefer a series of short recharges keeping the charge between 40% and 80%, rather then one long full charge to 100%.
2019-05-23 11:20:06
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