Here is a simple Guide To Fix Deep Discharge Issue On Samsung Galaxy A7 2018: Samsung recently released its new mid-range device Galaxy A7 2018. The Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 was a mid-range device from Samsung which comes with some decent specification. This is the first Samsung device to comes equipped with a triple rear camera. The phone comes equipped with a 6.00-inch touchscreen display. It also has a super AMOLED Full HD Plus Screen with 2220 x 1080 pixels screen resolution.
The Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 is powered by octa-core processor which is Samsung’s own Exynos CPU Primarily Clocked at 1.8 GHz. It is coupled with 4GB Of RAM and 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 256GB via a microSD card. The Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 sports a triple rear camera setup (24MP + 5MP + 8MP) and a 24MP Front Camera. The device houses a 3300mAh non-removable battery. It runs Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box.
But this time too, there is a problem and yes it is in the battery just like before, the problem is that after the being fully discharged to 0% Galaxy A7 2018 refused to charge again. This problem is faced by the majority of the A7 2018 user and in this guide, we gonna show you How to Fix Deep Discharge Issue On Galaxy A7 2018. Everyone is concerning about this issue so we decided to create a guide, this fix is not given by Samsung but we have created this temporary fix which can work.
Some of the Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 users also complained about the same issue so if you are the Galaxy A7 2018 users reading this then you can also try it on your device. The problem is submitted to Samsung and the team is currently working on this issue and the official fix will be out very soon. Till then you can try this to fix this issue to some extent. Thanks to dr.ketan, who created the solution and it did work for some users.
Deep Discharge Protection Tool
He created the Deep Discharge Protection tool which will help you to fix this issue. Basically, this tool will help to prevent the battery to drop to 0%. This tool will automatically switch off your device when the battery percentage level reaches to 12%, so this is obvious that the battery won’t reach to 0% and you will not face the Deep Discharge issue.
How to Enable Deep Discharge Protection On Samsung Galaxy A7 2018
- First of all, download this tool from HERE
- Now, install this app and enable unknown sources from settings and security if it is not enabled already.
- Once the app is installed, go to your Settings -> Device Maintainance -> Battery -> Unmonitored Apps and make sure that this tool is listed there.
- Now open the tool. (Root is not necessary but is required to power off your device)
- Now tap on drop-down menu and select the level of battery percentage.
- Tap on Enable and Done.
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