Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 has recently been under the spotlight thanks to a new problem that has risen over the last couple of weeks. If you own a Galaxy Note 8, here is a complete guide on how you can fix battery discharge problem on your smartphone. Even though the cases have been very few in number, as told by Samsung, it is still a good idea to prevent it nonetheless. The issue we are aiming to solve is where the phone completely shuts down when it reaches zero percent and doesn’t power on afterwards. To solve this, senior XDA developer dr.ketan, has created this very simple app which automatically powers off your Galaxy Note 8 as soon as it reaches 12 percent power. Read ahead to find more details and a complete guide on how to fix battery discharge problem on the Galaxy Note 8.
The deep discharge state is what seems to be problematic on the new Galaxy Note 8. Many users never really let their smartphones completely discharge to zero percent but for some of those who do, this might create issues. This is exactly where the Deep Discharge Protection tool — DDP — comes in. It powers off the device before it reaches an alarmingly low amount of charge. Continue below to see how to download and configure this app for your Galaxy Note 8.
How To fix Battery Discharge Problem on Galaxy Note 8 with DDP tool
The steps have been individually mentioned right below. Fortunately, you don’t need root or any other modification to install this preventive tool on your Galaxy Note 8 smartphone.
Step 1 – Download DDP_1.2.apk file directly on your phone.
Step 2 – Locate the APK you just downloaded and open it to install it.
Step 3 – If you are installing an APK directly for the very first time, you would be notified to enable “Unknown Source” setting. If not sure about this, you can read our dedicated article: Enable “Unknown Sources” Option in Android.
Step 4 – After enabling, the app should install.
Step 5 – Open the app by using the app shortcut that has been created.
Step 6 – Set the percentage to 12 and select Enable.