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Hello Dear MIUI Fan's!
Today I'll show you How To check how much your battery capacity has dropped in a smartphone!
You will need:
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Enable USB Debugging and USB Debigging (secure settings in developer options)
After connect device to pc and open Platform-tools: unzip it to the root drive C:/
Charge Device to 100% reboot and connect to PC
After open Command line from this folder and write command: adb devices - for recognizing connected device.
If all fine! Write second command: adb shell dumpsys battery
For example my device MI 9T, i use it almost 4 months and i lost ~140 mAh from 4 000 mAh
Decoding values in response to a command:
2 - charged (not full)
3 - uncharged, but connected to usb or charger
4 - uncharged
5 - Fully charged
2 - Good
3 - Normal
4 - Poor (need new battery)
5 - Very bad (need new battery)
My Mi Max 3 lost 650 mAh using 1 year and almost 4 months. Screen below
Guys share your screenshot about your statistics. What device and how much time you use it! I think everyone will be interested to know how much other devices lose capacity.
Video guide only Russian
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