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My phone (Acer Liquid Z530) was working perfectly when suddently it displayed a notification saying that the battery was getting hot while in reality the battery temperature was normal (cold even), at a point it went off and since then I was not able to turn on the phone. When I charge it, it first diplays an icon of the battery overheating (pic). Has someone got this issue and if so how do I fix it?
 

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try going into recovery mode and delete system cache. it may or may not help but it seems it does fix a lot of issues. hopefully this one too.
  • Power off your device.
  • Boot in recovery mode by pressing and holding Volume Down and Power Button at the same time.
  • Release all buttons when the Acer Liquid Z530 screen flickers and in a few seconds the Recovery screen will appear. once there, it should be self explanatory
 

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Mine runs slow, reboots when it wants, freezes etc.. won't boot in recovery mode!?? Not an Acer but android

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Try updating your firmware or flash a custom ROm if problem persists then it might be a hardware fault

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Try updating your firmware or flash a custom ROm if problem persists then it might be a hardware fault

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Agree with updating firmware but disagree with flashing a ROM. If it is hardware you don't need anymore excuses to keep them from honoring the warranty.

Your issue seems similar to what is happening with the Nexus 6p. Having the manufacturer replace the battery solved that issue for me.

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normally, the firmware should auto update but as far as changing the rom, that is not something a person should take lightly. could make things worse especially if the phone cannot even get into recovery mode.
 

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Agree with updating firmware but disagree with flashing a ROM. If it is hardware you don't need anymore excuses to keep them from honoring the warranty.

Your issue seems similar to what is happening with the Nexus 6p. Having the manufacturer replace the battery solved that issue for me.

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Btw i dont think installing custom ROMs will void the warranty. And yeah if the phone's under warranty then it'll be wise to hand it over to service center instead of flashing custom firmwares

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Btw i dont think installing custom ROMs will void the warranty. And yeah if the phone's under warranty then it'll be wise to hand it over to service center instead of flashing custom firmwares

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I'm pretty sure that it does void the original manufacturers warranty.

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I'm pretty sure that it does void the original manufacturers warranty.

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I meant if we revert back to stock from custom? Will it still be voided? I dont think so I've been to service center many times and was still able to claim the warranty.

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Yes, the warranty will be void. It's been years now that it has been impossible to hide that the phone is has been altered even after reverting back to stock.

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To be fair it depends on the manufacturer. There are some manufacturers that will honor your warranty despite flashing a rom. I believe at one time Sony was one of the manufacturers that may have been ok with it for some of their phones but I honestly would not test the waters.

Personally, like most, I do not think a manufacturer should make a bid deal about it but to be fair since they heavily cracked down on it, I am thinking they cut down on some of the warranty issues as a result of someone soft bricking their phones.

I remember on here the panicked people who would soft brick their phones and would look for us to help them come up with excuses to help get an exchange (vs trying to fix it). I am not talking so much about bricks from locked bootloaders I am referring to back during the droid days where the phone was wide open.

With Google and other phone manufacturers coming up with a better UI experience than what you can get with ROMs (minus the hassle of stuff not working and having to constantly flash a new ROM), there are few reasons to rom except if you have a phone where the manufacturer is no longer supporting the device.

Anyway I am getting off track. But as a rule of thumb we always recommend if you are having a potential hardware issue you want to stay stock or get back to stock. It keeps the manufacturer from blaming the software for the issue, despite it clearly being a hardware issue.
 

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To be fair it depends on the manufacturer. There are some manufacturers that will honor your warranty despite flashing a rom. I believe at one time Sony was one of the manufacturers that may have been ok with it for some of their phones but I honestly would not test the waters.

Personally, like most, I do not think a manufacturer should make a bid deal about it but to be fair since they heavily cracked down on it, I am thinking they cut down on some of the warranty issues as a result of someone soft bricking their phones.

I remember on here the panicked people who would soft brick their phones and would look for us to help them come up with excuses to help get an exchange (vs trying to fix it). I am not talking so much about bricks from locked bootloaders I am referring to back during the droid days where the phone was wide open.

With Google and other phone manufacturers coming up with a better UI experience than what you can get with ROMs (minus the hassle of stuff not working and having to constantly flash a new ROM), there are few reasons to rom except if you have a phone where the manufacturer is no longer supporting the device.

Anyway I am getting off track. But as a rule of thumb we always recommend if you are having a potential hardware issue you want to stay stock or get back to stock. It keeps the manufacturer from blaming the software for the issue, despite it clearly being a hardware issue.
True that. Otherwise they will blame it's because of custom ROM u have flashed.

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yea, you are always at the mercy of the manufacturer when you root and flash. depends on their mood. in addition, I am speaking about the rules in the US. I think the EU requires the manufacturer to honor their warranty no matter if it is stock or flash.
 
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