iPhone 6 Plus Battery Replacement - "Battery Health" issue.I’m on the latest iOS… so I am starting a new question. I just replaced the battery using iFixit battery kit (which was...
Antwort auf „Why is my back panel coming off?”Call samsung, take a video of it post it on youtube. Might be the battery is exploding / inflating. This is what happens when battery's go bad. In the area of the buttons, mine gets super hot when charging. ( @ return / page back button area) you can arrange this work via Samsung+ app ( Video conference) @2 weeks turn around. You will get a shipping label in the mail.
Antwort auf „No charging, screen show battery temperature low.”Try a new cable and charger. Can buy a USB tester like one from Drok on Amazon, see if the charge is normal in the charger(s) used. Make sure your cable your 'experimenting' with doesn't have a AMP nerf to it. I have a cable that won't put out more than 0.75 A, and the tablet UI notification tells me to use a different charger ( I forgot the exact message it gives me ). 5V/2.0A (2.0 AMPS) is required. MY Drok states about 1.5A is used when charging. For charger, cable might not be Samsung approved. Make sure the plug-in port is clean of debris. Using car chargers and other aftermarket chargers can mess up batteries if not used to specs. I had to change my cable for a better ( heavier guage wire ) cable I had for SOMETHING!? But the heat is not on the plug at the tablet anymore. It is now in the glass near the plug if the tablet. I just know my battery will fry within a year! Using the Samsung Travel Adapter EP-TA12JWE that came with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. .
Antwort auf „Broken Digitizer replacement question”I would not think so. The driver for the graphics chip might not support a different screen that is not AMOLED for one. Adding that model screen, resolution, and all the changes of displayed video to be NOT a smaller resolution. The programming is for a different resolution screen (S2), then that of the Tab A. That would be my first exploration, programming of the OS to see if the driver supports a different screen. THEN you have ribbon compatability issues. Will that screen of the Tab A plug into the motherboard of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2?(via ribbon cable). Again, I doubt it. 24 braided ribbon vs 18?? (For example). THEN every app would need to be downloaded for the Tab A to support the resolution the Tab A screen is ( in the 'Tab S2'). Or add a line of programming get for each area to display X,Y, UI ect. Simply put Tab A OS into the S2? Then have to program for a different CPU? It goes both ways. My answered is no, unless you have money to hire programming and manufacturing to adapt. :) if you had...