Phone powers off with high user demands
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(04-10-2024, 08:07 PM)car46999 Wrote: Thanks for the advice, after testing it with the power supply and observing that with a voltage of 3.6V (70%) I have decided that I am done with the Pinephone. Time to move on, I am going to get another phone that will run PostmarketOS.

i didn't put here, although there were quick tests only. i didn't find any similar issue in my pinephone. i ran some cpu waste tests with battery.

in flipping frames bug, i was testing gpu and its drivers, so it was on charger. beyong battery vs charger, tests are very similar.

i may do some deeper tests, especially using mobile data.
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RE: Phone powers off with high user demands - by zetabeta - 04-11-2024, 01:50 AM

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