09-15-2021 04:26 AM
09-15-2021 07:52 AM
ronald1985No it cannot because on is a short that causes batteries to explode. How many rog5 were on fire? Exacly 0.
Still a battery defect and can happen with any other phones.
Which further backs up my point your original post is bias.
How about asking further questions and not just about charging?
09-19-2021 06:00 AM
09-19-2021 01:13 PM
wojtekmarchewkaThere are 3 types of charge provided, fast 65w, stable 30w and ultra stable 18w
@Danishblunt Interesting insights. I charge with the original Asus charger, which has 20V. I don't know if it matters, but in the battery settings, I checked "stable charge" for ultra-stability. I do not know what it is, because when I charge the smartphone, it displays the information Hyper charging 65, the smartphone itself charges quickly. I also have a limit of up to 90% of charging. I wonder if the people who got damaged Rog Phone 5 had the options as above attached and if it has any impact on their damage.
09-20-2021 03:36 AM
FunBike31If you want to measure charge speed why not just use an app like ampere that measures current in real time? Sounds easier.
There are 3 types of charge provided, fast 65w, stable 30w and ultra stable 18w
Unfortunately, with firmware 151, the 3 options give the same measured charging time, the time indicated is very different depending on the selection.
I no longer use the Asus charger while waiting for a correction, a bug on the battery management is too important to be taken lightly. I am going to do more rigorous tests again starting from the same level of charge of 10% up to 80% to stay on a linear range with two different chargers, because I just saw that the Motorola charger of the G8 + is compatible with the dialogue of the Rog5 which indicates 15w, 12w, 9w depending on the selection, which is disturbing, because it is not supposed to know these values while the ASUS values could have been written in hard.
I will keep you posted in several days, it will make me play a lot to discharge the battery 6 times.
09-20-2021 08:25 AM
If you want to measure charge speed why not just use an app like ampere that measures current in real time? Sounds easier.