How can I fix battery temperature sensing circuit on the Tab 2 10.1?
In the old battery pack one of the batteries was punctured and slightly inflated on that area. When I tried to charge the tablet the warning of “Charging paused. Battery temperature too high“ without actually getting warm. I changed the battery and the ribbon with charging port and mic, hoping that this was the problem, but i get the same problem: battery temperature is seen constant at 78.4°C and the charge is paused as a security measure.
I searched the web for answers, but I only find the solution of changing the main board.
Can someone provide me the schematics for the charging circuit on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 GT-P5100 and instructions on how to fix it or bridge it so i can get the tablet to charge?
I found the service schematics and service manual: link here, but I can not find any information about battery temperature troubleshooting.
Can someone with more experience please point me out the possible troubleshooting information?
I wish a fix or work-around to set a fixed temperature in the range of 5 ° C to 39 ° C so I can charge the tablet.
Is this a good question?