What's the Battery Checker for Note7 ?
- Widget to check Samsung Note 7 battery issue
What's the Note 7 battery issue ?
- In case you haven’t heard, Samsung issued a global recall of the Galaxy Note 7. As many as 2.5 million units will be replaced in the coming weeks after Samsung identified at least 35 cases where faulty batteries could have caused explosions. The company is replacing all existing Galaxy Note 7 units free of charge, which means you should really return yours now, even if even if you do have to wait a few more weeks for a replacement.
How to use?
- It is very very easy , press "Check Battery" and it will show the result. Please mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any question.
Samsung halted Galaxy Note 7 sales and new launches in most markets except for China. The Galaxy Note 7 was just released in the region, and sales will continue because the units sold in China have batteries that come from a Chinese supplier, ATL.
Samsung subsidiary Samsung SDI supplied 70% of batteries for the phone and Samsung identified those batteries as posing risks, The Korea Herald explained. ATL batteries are supposedly safe, and will probably be found in all Galaxy Note 7 units going forward, including the ones that will replace older phones.
How can you tell what type of battery you have in your Galaxy Note 7? One way to do it is to crack open the device and look at the information printed on the battery. But it really isn’t easy to open up the rear shell of the phone — we’re not looking at a good old plastic Samsung handset here.
But don’t worry because Phone Arena says that it’s enough to look on the back of the handset, or head to the Phone info section of the Settings app and find the desired information.
“If it says ‘manufactured in China,’ there is a nice chance it will have ATL-packaged battery cells inside, though T-Mobile, whose model is made in China, is also taking part in the voluntary recall that the other US carriers issued as well,” Phone Arena says – emphasis ours. “If it says ‘manufactured in Korea’ or ‘in Vietnam,’ well, we’d return the unit to the vendor.”
“Nice chance” really isn’t good enough when it comes to one’s safety, so we still recommend swapping your Note 7 out for a new one, or for a Galaxy S7 or S7 edge.
Explosion Checker for Note7 is a free software application from the System Maintenance subcategory, part of the System Utilities category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2016-09-07. The program can be installed on Android.
Explosion Checker for Note7 (version 1.1.2) has a file size of 3.15 MB and is available for download from our website.
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