Xiaomi indeed changed the way phone charges with the charging ai, but I think this happened in February.
Also, if you want to, you might be able to increase the charging speeds (under your own responsibility), with AccA (needs root). But your phone probably reasonably decreases the charging wattage, since you say it overheats. (Thus, forcing it to charge fast might burn it.) I think the issue is somewhere else. Try to find an app that monitors apps running in the foreground/background (maybe possible with developers options) and check if any app draws a lot of power when your phone starts reaching very high temps.
Does it reach the same temps when charging while having old roms?
I eventually got a fake gps app installed (thanks to @Blastboom Strice). An interesting concept, to fake your location!Idea; turn on fake location from developer settings, get a fake gps app and set your location to another city. (Or even set it to another country. For that, with tor (orbot) set your ip to that country.)
Could these be the symptoms of a faulty or an expiring/expired battery? Is there a way to accurately check this?Effectively, I don't want it to charge any faster, just want to do it normally as it was before.
I have never used the charger or the original cable (turbo charger 33w) so as not to overload and heat up too much, it is always possible to get charging in the order of 3000amh with temperatures in the order of 35ºC.
Since an update, I don't know which one, but it was in May/June, it started to charge very slowly, less than 1000amh and temperatures above 41/42ºC. Now it has the xiaomi.eu 4/28/21, charging normally in both temperature and amperage. It has nothing to do with running apps
It came from warranty Last friday with no charging problems. Already complain before and the symptoms are the same.Could these be the symptoms of a faulty or an expiring/expired battery? Is there a way to accurately check this?
Not allowing you to install what exactly?
Installing manually a new version might break the app (it ~is supposed to be updated with each rom update). If you want, you could probably try to delete the app's data. If you search the forum, geoorg has helped me delete the gallery's data. It may or may not fix your problem.Need some help.
I need to have 28/4/21 installed for now, already had this, but I have an issue with the gallery, always forcing to close. Any easy way to install a New version, because it is a system app?
Already done and dont fix.Installing manually a new version might break the app (it ~is supposed to be updated with each rom update). If you want, you could probably try to delete the app's data. If you search the forum, geoorg has helped me delete the gallery's data. It may or may not fix your problem.
I have the same problem when launching random options settings. It pop ups error saying "Permissions keeps stopping".
Do this to start twrp
# fastboot boot twrp.img
Dont do this to start twrp on A/B devices
# fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
Devices with A/B partition scheme don't have a recovery partition so you cant "flash recovery twrp.img"
You can only boot in recovery mode with "fastboot boot twrp.img"
To permanently flash recovery to A/B devices, you need to unpack both boot.img (A/B) from device
Replace the ramdisk with the one extracted from twrp.img and repack then flash boot.imgs back to device ...
The twrp should be permanent after booting to twrp and flashing the weekly rom-version
If TWRP doesn't boot:The phone turned black now. What is my next step?
If TWRP doesn't boot:
1) Your twrp.img file is corrupted or was not made for your device/not compatible with your current ROM version
2) You use an old/outdated fastboot.exe version, check the fastboot version with
Thanks for this very good explanation. This seems to have worked:
PS C:\adb> fastboot boot twrp.img
creating boot image...
creating boot image - 132458496 bytes
OKAY [ 2.754s]
OKAY [ 0.185s]
finished. total time: 2.939s
The phone turned black now. What is my next step?