Thank you for that cordial response. The phones I’m able to get hold of, aren’t the best. Often without original cables/ chargers. That said, the cable’s etc that I’ve bought are perfectly compatible.
No I’m just the charger with USB cable.
My signal does fluctuate. But that doesn’t explain the oldest most decrepit phone, having the best signal/uptime, when furthest away from from the modem.
Batteries are simply put. To be watched with care. 4 days ago a flight had to land owing to a seat fire from a battery.
Smart suitcases on board can no longer store lithium batteries.
Some airlines now carry bags in which a firey phone can be put.
The list is growing…
At least some people are starting realize the potential dangers.
Phones are, after all phones. We are told to plug them in, leave them plugged in, place them. Often in areas where they are hidden. This could mean, around combustible materials too? Depends on user…
As many will have noticed. This was not a reflection on Alfred, but merely pointing out the facts as they are.
Alfred is but one of many apps.
All bare the same issues.
Even my laptop battery.
All of my devices will be outside. One still remains indoors and believe me.
I do not want to see that message.
“Phone not charging”.
Twice that meant the battery emitting gas and tripling in size in less than 2 days after previous checking.
It’s up to the individual.