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Battery indicator stuck at 0% even though it has been charging

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We will fix it at the next version.
But now, you can use enclosed file.

atc260x_cap_gauge.zip

42.39 KB, Downloads: 15

12458  
Support-Tab replied at Jan 29, 2016 17:22
We will fix it at the next version.
But now, you can use enclosed file.

I can confirm the the percentage feture works!
I would like to know if the PMU support rate of charge(watts)
I am using mate-power-manager

power manager.png
powermanagergraph.png

12458  
Support-Tab replied at Jan 29, 2016 17:22
We will fix it at the next version.
But now, you can use enclosed file.

Do you have a date for the next version?
Also may I enquire what is this for in the changelog?
  1. > Add the driver of battery management IC(bq27441)
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Tido  
Edited by Tido at Jan 30, 2016 10:38
12458 replied at Jan 29, 2016 17:28
I would like to know if the PMU support rate of cha ...

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12458  
Edited by 12458 at Jan 30, 2016 20:13
Tido replied at Jan 30, 2016 17:37
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Corrected link:http://forum.lemaker.org/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=22817

12458  
Tido replied at Jan 30, 2016 17:37
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Also I would like  the information be in mate-power manager

hnsncxy  
Edited by hnsncxy at Apr 27, 2016 01:19
12458 replied at Jan 29, 2016 21:14
Do you have a date for the next version?
Also may I enquire what is this for in the changelog?

Sorry, The Guitar does not support the battery management IC bq27441

12458  
hnsncxy replied at Apr 27, 2016 14:53
Sorry, The Guitar does not support the battery management IC bq27441

Then why is it in the changelog?

hnsncxy  
Edited by hnsncxy at Apr 28, 2016 03:15
Then why is it in the changelog?
Maybe some user need to use the IC according to their own requirements , and you should know what not all driver in the kernel have been used.

12458  
hnsncxy replied at Apr 28, 2016 17:14
Maybe some user need to use the IC according to their own requirements , and you should know what no ...

Well I thought it was in the  guitar as coincidentally it is a battery fuel gauge.

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