So I’m very fond of quirky build even if the optimization is horrible. I’m working around a polearm charger (no mounts, mounts are lame) I’ve already found a couple of ways to turn and am looking for more (see my other post) during a charge so while I’m waiting for that I’m trying to reduce the action. Is there a way to charge as a move action or lower, (including ways that lower the actual distance)?
Most of the modern smartphones have the charging slot at the bottom. Purely from a UX point of view, wouldn’t it make more sense to have it at the top instead? I understand in some cases, it wouldn’t (e.g. charging docks or car holders), but in the majority of the cases, I think it would.
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3. Space saving: mini size saves space and allows easy hand-free portability.
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I have an old HP laptop which I switched it from Windows 10 to Ubuntu 18.04. I started to notice that while the laptop is on, the battery won’t charge but it is indeed detected. For example, whatever the charge percentage of the battery it will never go up (nor down) while the charger is plugged. I ran the following command to see the status of the battery
johan@johanpc:~$ acpi -V
and this was the result:
Battery 0: Unknown, 0% Battery 0: design capacity 2673 mAh, last full capacity 2673 mAh = 100% Adapter 0: on-line Thermal 0: ok, 0.0 degrees C Thermal 0: trip point 0 switches to mode critical at temperature 127.0 degrees C Thermal 1: ok, 32.0 degrees C Thermal 1: trip point 0 switches to mode critical at temperature 110.0 degrees C Thermal 1: trip point 1 switches to mode hot at temperature 89.0 degrees C Thermal 1: trip point 2 switches to mode passive at temperature 88.0 degrees C Cooling 0: soc_dts0 no state information available Cooling 1: INT3400 Thermal no state information available Cooling 2: Processor 0 of 10 Cooling 3: intel_powerclamp no state information available Cooling 4: B0DB no state information available Cooling 5: soc_dts1 no state information available Cooling 6: Processor 0 of 10 Cooling 7: STR1 no state information available
I have read many tutorials but it seems to be that there is no fix for this error / glitch.
However, the laptop does charge while is off, only. On Windows it charged normally so I know it’s not a hardware issue.
Thank you for your help.
I own the MSI gs63vr and I have dual boot running (Windows 10 64Bit and Ubuntu 18.04 64Bit) and I have the problem, that when I unplug my power chord while using Ubuntu it will shut down. This does not happen instantly, instead it happens whenever I press anything or wait too long (~3 Minutes). Booting without the notebook being plugged in, won’t succeed. Meanwhile Windows works perfectly fine, meaning the battery itself is fine. Are there any hidden settings in Ubuntu which might fix that?
When i plug in the charger and my laptop starts charging the battery icon won’t update to a charging battery icon only after a few minuets.
How can i fix it and make it change immediately?
sometime my laptop randomly shutdown when i unplug charging.Though it works fine when it is charging.
While charging my iPhone 5 after switch off, the charging indicator not getting Sleep and awake whole time.
And when not power off, after 50% it shows as battery 50% charged and stopped charging.
Why it’s happening?