1. Sander02's Avatar
    I think the low battery usage led starts a bit blinking too early. What you think? 10% left would be better.
    07-19-17 02:48 PM
  2. Devhux's Avatar
    If it does it at 15% then that's pretty typical for Android. That's also when the first Battery Low alert appears on screen.
    07-19-17 03:29 PM
  3. Sander02's Avatar
    It works a bit on my nerves to see that light flashing all the time
    07-19-17 04:48 PM
  4. Sander02's Avatar
    The issue is that I have the phone laying on my office desk and then it blinks the whole day. I'm trying to charge the battery only when it's almost empty, like a couple of procents, hoping to keep the condition as long as possible in excellent shape. I'm doing multiple days with the battery. So would be nice if the led can be turned of or only blinks below 10%.
    07-21-17 05:33 PM
  5. Devhux's Avatar
    That's actually bad for lithium ion batteries. You'll have a shorter life if you keep discharging them completely before recharging.
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    07-21-17 07:08 PM
  6. Sander02's Avatar
    Thanks. Just read an article about it. Once a month is good for keeping the battery status calibrated. So the phone is more accurate. The KeyOne is shutting down at 2%, I guess a protection.
    07-22-17 07:13 AM

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