Some Android issues are fixable on a user’s level. Some of these problems have something to do with odd battery behavior or power management bugs. If your Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) seems to be restarting on its own or losing battery power fast, you may have to calibrate the battery. Fortunately, this procedure is easy to do though it requires some time to be completed. Still, it’s one of the effective ways to get rid of power-related bugs and minor issues so it’s worth trying.
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How to calibrate Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) battery and Android
Knowing how to calibrate your Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) battery and Android OS can come handy if you encounter random restarts, or other battery- or power-related problems. Learn how to do this procedure below.
- Let the battery drain completely. You can do this using your tablet continuously with full screen brightness. You can let Netflix stream on it to hasten the process. Otherwise, just use it normally until the battery reaches 0% or the device turns off.
- Charge the phone until it reaches 100%. Be sure to use original charging equipment for your device and let it charge up completely.
- Once the tablet is fully charged, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable.
- Restart the tablet.
- Repeat Step #1 by using your Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) until it completely runs out of power again.
- After the battery has been emptied for the second time, you should be able to calibrate your Galaxy Tab A Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) battery and Android Operating System again.
That’s it! Hopefully, your power or battery issue will go away after doing this simple procedure. If not, then be sure to let us know about your issue so we can write an article about it.
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