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The new Fastag recharge is one of those things that you can use to recharge your phones in a very short amount of time and without the phone getting completely flat. Not only that, it goes into your phone’s battery and stays there, so you don’t have to recharge it again. It seems like a great way to speed up your phone in between calls or when you’re out and about.
How fast are you going to use that phone. We don’t know because we haven’t had a chance to actually test it. But we’re pretty sure it’s going to be a big speed hump when you’re using it.
Its been a couple of months since we first heard it, and the idea is not to just use it as a power source, but to recharge it for a specific amount of time. Not sure if you can use it to recharge your phone at the same time you play a game of chess, but we do know that it lasts for at least 2 hours of gaming time.
We’ve seen some Android apps like Google’s Android Auto that allow you to set a specific recharge time for your phone. We can’t confirm if this feature is also available on other Android devices, but we’ll see.
It does sound like a cool way to spend a day though. So, if you feel like playing a game, or even just want to use a battery, go ahead and give it a try. Maybe we should make a power bank for all of us. I guess we can see if Android Auto can recharge itself.
We’ve had a few Android Auto users report that the app has given them an excessive amount of time on the battery. This is not unheard of, but it is a bit concerning for us given that many Android Auto users have reported the app not working as expected. In fact, this has happened so often for us that we’ve decided to set a new recharge time for Android Auto. Of course, they have to recharge it every 3 months.
It seems that the issue is not Android Auto being unable to recharge itself, but the fact that it’s charging in the first place. We all know that your phone has to last a week to charge, but we’ve heard from many Android Auto users that the app keeps charging up every 2-3 days. If you can only keep it charged for 2 weeks at a time, then you don’t deserve to have the app’s recharge time bumped up.
We have also heard from users who have complained that it keeps charging up within a few hours only. This is a real issue and one that might be fixable, but I’d be interested to see if there was some sort of automatic timer that would keep the app charging up only when it was actually available.
It’s not just Android Auto users who are having the annoyance. A small number of users have complained that they see the app charging up every 2-3 days. This can be fixed by tweaking the app’s configuration, but it can also be a case of not knowing how to tweak. If you’re having this problem, you may want to try resetting the app to its original state.