Check if Your Samsung Galaxy S III or Note II Device Charges at an Adequate Level

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  • 11 Mar 2013
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  • This week can be basely called the Samsung week as the manufacturer is going for the latest flagship device that is going to be announced on the 14th of this week. Meanwhile, until we can finally get all the details referring to availability and prices, it is preferable to keep our current gen device in good shape.

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    The biggest problem with smartphones these days it their ability to maintain the power at an adequate level and last for longer. Due to software issue or worst, we notice our devices draining very fast only a few weeks or even days after purchase. This could be the result of either poorly coded third party software or a hardware issue and by this I am referring to the charger or the battery itself.

    For testing the ability to maintain a good charge, developer abmantis has launched the app called Galaxy Charging Current. It is able to inform you if the device’s battery is charging correctly and at the optimum speed, so you can diagnose any eventual problems with it or the charger. At the moment the app has been tested to work on either the Galaxy S III or the Note II but it could also be useful for other devices, if you are willing to give it a try on smartphones like the Galaxy S3 Mini or the Note I.


    There is a free version for Galaxy Charging Current and a Pro offer for as low as about $0.60.

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