Are you looking for a code to know the status of the Xiaomi battery? Or do you want to know the battery life expectancy, or even want to know the code to know the number of charging cycles? You are in the right place. From personal experience, I assure you that Xiaomi has been making more than wonderful phones over the past years. The company also has many phones that suit all users’ needs and suit their budgets, as it is one of the best companies that offers smartphones with a value-for-money factor.
But sometimes some problems appear on Xiaomi phones, and among those problems are battery problems, which is our topic today in this explanation.
I have one reservation about Xiaomi Mobiles Because of the MIUI interface that can sometimes make you feel a bit complicated and not as fast and smooth as other interfaces, but to be honest and fair, the interface has improved a lot over the past couple of years.
Many of us now own phones, whether from Xiaomi or from the brands that operate under its banner, such as Poco phones, Redmi - Redmi, or the category of phones specifically designated for games, Black Shark.
It is known that Xiaomi phones have the ability to continue and work for many years, but like any phones from other manufacturers, they are not eligible to work for life, and it is very simply due to the low battery life over time and with frequent use.
This is inevitable with any smartphone, as with each charging cycle completed “from 0% to 100” the life span of the battery declines, and its cells deteriorate and disintegrate from the inside.
There is nothing we can do to prevent this from happening, it is inevitable, but perhaps following the correct ways and methods in charging operations, relying on energy-saving modes and using certified chargers may relatively help extend their lifespan.
But in the end, after several years of use, you will notice for yourself that the battery life began to gradually decline, and after you were able to use the phone for two days, you will find yourself only able to use the phone for a day and a half or even for one day, even if you charge it 100% for the phone.
What is the life span of the battery?
Some of you may be wondering what is the life of a battery, and to answer that question, Apple says that the life of the battery is calculated from 500 charge cycles, after which the battery will begin to degrade.
Some Chinese companies, such as Xiaomi, say that the battery has a life span of 800 charge cycles, after which the battery loses 20% of its internal cells.
This does not mean that the maximum charge rate will stop at 80%, no not exactly, the charge percentage will normally reach 100%, but the idea is that the real capacity inside will not exceed 80%.
So the question arises now, especially since there is no official or direct way in Xiaomi phones that allows us to monitor the health of the battery, so what is the correct way to know the condition of the battery, the number of charging cycles and its remaining life in Xiaomi phones?
To answer this question, we will show you through the following explanation how you can check the health of the battery in Xiaomi phones very easily and know the number of charging cycles, its remaining life and more.
Also read on Review Plus: How to check iPhone battery health Learn about its performance, the amount of use, and more from the previous link.
How to check Xiaomi battery health:-
Important note: The language of the phone must be converted to English in order to display all the results accurately, otherwise you will not see the battery information at all.
Now write the code to know the Battery health for Xiaomi phones ##6485## After writing the previous code and even before clicking on the connection icon, you will be transferred directly to an internal factory settings window called “Battery Info”, which will be exactly similar to the same window shown in front of you in the previous image.
Now what codes should be touched on in this window?
Xiaomi battery health check code
When checking the battery with code ##6485## Shown above, it shows you some symbols that show you a lot of information about the battery, and you can find out the meaning of those symbols or codes from the following list:-
- MB_06: The Xiaomi battery code shows you the Battery health and the result should be Good, but if it is Bad it means bad, which means you have to change the battery.
- MB_00: This code is one of the most important Xiaomi battery codes. It shows you the current battery percentage - but note that it is not the real capacity that you want to know.
- MF_02: This code shows you the number of completed charge cycles
- MF_06: This code shows you the battery capacity provided by the manufacturer for the phone
Xiaomi battery reset code
If you are looking for a code dedicated to resetting the battery of Xiaomi mobile phones, the answer is simply that there is no dedicated code that enables you to reset the battery of a Xiaomi phone, but there are codes that can help you: –
*2767*3855# This code enables you to perform a full reset of the Xiaomi phone and also reinstall the operating system again, and it may help you to fix the battery condition, but be careful because it will delete all files and settings on your phone.
*#*#7780#*#* Another code that enables you to reset your Xiaomi device and erase all data stored on the phone such as photos, apps, settings, and more.
The remaining question now is how to know the real battery capacity of Xiaomi mobiles? As you can see for yourselves, we were not able, through these codes or those symbols, to know the current maximum capacity of the battery that it is now, but we only knew the capacity that came out of the factory.
In order to be able to know the real capacity of the battery, not only in Xiaomi phones, but also in any Android phone, you will need to download an application AccuBattery From the Google Play Store.
After downloading the AccuBattery application, charge your phone until it reaches 100%, then open the application and click on the Health icon from the bottom, and from this list you will get the current real capacity of your phone battery in front of the Estimated Capacity and it will compare it for you with the capacity that the battery came out of the factory In front of Design Capacity.
For example, if you look at the previous image, you will notice that the factory battery capacity of the phone in the image is 5020 mAh. While the current capacity of the battery has become 4677 mAh, or the equivalent of 93% in percentage.
In other words, the battery has lost approximately 7% of its internal cells.
If you do not see the results accurately, you will need to use this application for several days, and you will get them very accurately.