From now on installing a non-original battery in your Xiaomi will have consequences

From now on installing a non-original battery in your Xiaomi will have consequences

Xiaomi seems to follow in Apple's footsteps and even go further. As with the bitten apple system, MIUI will be able to detect if your Xiaomi has been repaired with a non-original battery , reducing the charging speed to a minimum .

They have also discovered it from XDA-Developers . Through the latest update of the Security application, Xiaomi has implemented a new warning message in MIUI that will jump us when it detects an unofficial battery.

Go through the box or you will have a slower load

The most common thing is that with the passage of time the batteries of the mobile phones lose their properties, reducing in turn their autonomy . Consequently, many of us tend to replace the battery of our Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO in services not authorized by Xiaomi or even, following a YouTube tutorial. If you do so, you will get a not pleasant surprise.

A partir de ahora instalar una batería no original en tu Xiaomi tendrá consecuencias. Noticias Xiaomi Adictos
Warning message when detecting a non-original battery

According to the latest research by XDA-Developers, the latest update of the Xiaomi Security app is capable of detecting on certain mobiles such as the Xiaomi Mi 9 , Mi 10 or Mi 10 Pro if it does not have a genuine battery, showing a message of on-screen warning and also reducing the loading speed .

A partir de ahora instalar una batería no original en tu Xiaomi tendrá consecuencias. Noticias Xiaomi Adictos
Better not do it yourself

Of course, at the moment this new measure has only been implemented in China , although it would not be surprising that with the passage of time it also ends up reaching other regions. Similarly, from Xiaomi they clarify that it is a measure that seeks our security , MIUI cannot guarantee that an unknown battery is capable of supporting a certain charging power without presenting a danger to the user.

More information at : XDA-Developers

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