With the report by some Galaxy Note 8 owners that they couldn’t charge or turn on their handsets after the batteries ran dry — a problem that plagues other phones as well, it is imperative that users get educated on how to manage their phones’ batteries to avert dangers.
Maybe users have forgotten in a hurry, incidents during the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 saga, where the device got exploded due to malfunctions associated with the power management circuit.
This piece appeals to general Android (smartphone) users.
First, it is important to understand that an Android chips and its Battery (cell) when ‘ON’ is a Bomb.
Yes, it is a big bomb like a military grenade that can explode to kill you and even persons within a radius of two meters from the phone.
When and how Android explosion occurs
As identified by experts, when the Cell is over charged for too long, expansion begins. If you over-charge all too often, expansion will one day reach an emergency point, but you may not know when this maximum has been reached; at which, it explodes and kills you and those around you at distance of two meters.
Android cell smells petroleum
Have you asked yourself, why the inscriptions at gas stations: “No cell phone calls”?
Well, explosion occurs spontaneously, immediately an Android cell smells petroleum fumes or cooking gas fumes.
These fumes do have the same electrical chargers similar to the electric charges in the Android cells. And the law of magnetism will definitely take its course.
Nelkon Physics book told us in class three Secondary that Equal poles (p+ and q+) repel or explode.
Cautious measures to apply:
- Avoid going to a Petrol station with your Smart phone “ON”.
- Put your phone “OFF”, switch it off, make sure it is not “ON” before you enter a gas station
- Do not sit in a Kitchen with your Smart phone, when cooking is being done with a gas cylinder. This is dangerous!!!
- Both the cylinder and Android battery may explode simultaneously.
- Do not put the phone on charge overnight and go to sleep. Always remove the charger when you cannot monitor when it is full, to avoid overcharging.
Please pass this information to friends, save lives.