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Charge Cycle Counter is a free App, that helps you to measure how often you charge your phone and keep track of your battery life.
The phone has to be on when the power cable is connected and when the power cable is disconnected.
But during the charging process you can turn off your phone.
Currently only SGS7/Edge, LG G5 can show data recorded before the app was installed.
Some Samsung devices are known to not recognize offline charging. This is due to the phones behaviour.
We can't change that.
If you have any trouble with this app please contact our support: [email protected]
- Total number of charge cycles
- Daily statistics
- Weekly statistics
- Average per weekday
- Battery infos (capacity, temperature, health, voltage, technology, level)
- Estimated charging cost per year
- Why has the phone to be running when I connect/disconnect the power cable?
The android OS wakes the App up if a power supplier is connected. Thanks to that the App consumes nearly no battery but the phone has to be turned on.
- What is a charge cycle?
A charge cycle is a full charge and discharge process. If you charge your phone from 50 % up to 100 % it is equal to a half charge cycle.
- What happens if my phone has reached 750 charge cycles?
Nothing. Many batteries bear about 750 charge cycles before they are defect. A battery is defect if it has less than 80 % of the original capacity.
- What is the meaning of the speedometer?
The speedometer tells you how many percent you have charged today. 100 % is one charge cycle. If the needle is in the green section your battery has an estimated lifetime of 2.5 up to 3 years.
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