100% Battery logo in all screen :(

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Post time 2017-5-11 06:02:50 | Show all posts |Read mode
My Super Umi after a few days of use began to show a battery and 100% on all the screens. I do not know what to do. I already did the system reset, wipes, but it did not work. Does anyone know how to help me?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmEzNB_fxTM
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Post time 2017-5-12 05:19:33 | Show all posts
You need perform factory reset (settings - backup and reset - factory data reset)
If not help you need use SPFT and flash your system.
Here is SPFT instruction
http://community.umidigi.com/thread-11-1-1.html
And here all available ROMs
http://community.umidigi.com/forum-134-1.html
Otherwise you need open phone and disconnect battery for few minutes.
I just wondering from which app you have this sign

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Post time 2017-5-12 13:59:40 | Show all posts
I just wondering from which app you have this sign
Well, since it appears on the boot up screen, I seriously doubt its from an app...

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 Author| Post time 2017-5-13 22:01:00 | Show all posts
MarcinP replied at 2017-5-12 05:19
You need perform factory reset (settings - backup and reset - factory data reset)
If not help you n ...

Thanks for answering. It always appears. Even in the startup screen. In recovery mode it also appears.
I've done factory reset, but it did not work

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 Author| Post time 2017-5-13 22:02:49 | Show all posts
I will discharge the battery up to 0% and see what happens.
Post time 2017-5-14 04:46:11 | Show all posts
martin_eggers replied at 2017-5-13 22:02
I will discharge the battery up to 0% and see what happens.

Also you can go to factory mode and activate screen/lcd test, similar test is in testing mode (open dialer and type in *#*#33#*#*  then single test - lcd.
I don't think that completely draining battery will help as battery in modern devices can't be fully discharged. Only opening phone and disconnecting battery will fully shut down system and hardware.

Post time 2017-5-14 04:49:44 | Show all posts
Mats replied at 2017-5-12 13:59
Well, since it appears on the boot up screen, I seriously doubt its from an app...

Umi super doesn't have such information about battery so this can be only caused by some app which have/had access to hardware. (maybe hardware is already damaged by app and now is showing constantly this informations)
Battery disconnecting and full flash only can show is this hardware or software issue.
Post time 2017-5-14 04:51:51 | Show all posts
martin_eggers replied at 2017-5-13 22:01
Thanks for answering. It always appears. Even in the startup screen. In recovery mode it also appe ...

Also you should use SPFT and flash you device. Please change on SPFT from firmware upgrade to format + download.

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 Author| Post time 2017-5-14 05:52:35 | Show all posts
MarcinP replied at 2017-5-14 04:49
Umi super doesn't have such information about battery so this can be only caused by some app which ...

I bought a tool kit to dismantle. It should arrive next week.
Thanks for your support!
Post time 2017-5-14 06:42:22 | Show all posts
martin_eggers replied at 2017-5-14 05:52
I bought a tool kit to dismantle. It should arrive next week.
Thanks for your support!

Just give me some update.
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