08-25-2021 03:56 AM
08-31-2021 07:07 AM
Gustav_ASUSthanks for taking the time to respond
You should get a notification asking you if you want to switch system mode when your battery drops below a certain level.
You can also set your device to automatically switch to Ultra durable mode when your device dips below 3-20% battery. (Settings -> Battery -> Battery Management -> Low battery power-saving)
If you do not receive any warning when playing games it might be because you have enabled the 'block notifications' setting in Game Genie. It's also possible that your current scenario profile forces a certain system mode.
08-31-2021 08:47 AM
Gustav_ASUSMy question is if I test shows each battery module individually, since there are two modules
@marcelomes44 Please keep your posts in English so other users can join the discussion.
SMMI test will not show the same results as a power meter would (just checked). You should however be able to see a clear difference in the current reported by SMMI when you switch steady charging on/off.
08-31-2021 08:49 AM
marcelomes44could you show me a screenshot of your test please?
My question is if I test shows each battery module individually, since there are two modules
08-31-2021 11:07 AM
Gustav_ASUSCould you please explain what "works as expected" means exactly?
@ZT-6ba223c6 @FunBike31 Do you have a USB-C power meter that you can monitor voltage & current with? Apps like AccuBattery, while popular, tend to give weird results.
I just tested my ROG Phone 5 running the .151 firmware using both a 30W charger and the stock 65W charger. Steady charging (and ultra steady) works as expected for both chargers.