Battery Working, but not Charging
martin.weinberg at comcast.net
Mon Jul 18 15:28:23 UTC 2016
On 07/18/2016 08:11 AM, Didik Setiawan wrote:
> I'm sorry for the inconvenience.
> If I boot into Windows and I plug the ac adapter in, then the battery indicator
> will always charging. That's not happen when I use Ubuntu.
> So, my temporary solution is let the Windows partition stay on my laptop.
> Although, I just use it to charge my battery when I need to recharge.
I believe that the charging hardware on Thinkpads is OS independent.
Lenovo provides a GUI for Windows to adjust the charge thresholds and
reset the battery level monitors (by running the battery to zero and
recharging). This same functionality is provided in Linux/Ubuntu by
tlp. However, I can see from your tlp-stat output that you have not
installed acpi_call. This is not a problem, but acpi_call allows you to
adjust the Lenovo charging thresholds.
Since you have not manipulated the charging thresholds under Ubuntu
(since you have not installed the acpi_call module that would allow
this), if the dang thing is charging under Windows, it will charge under
So my guess is that you are misunderstanding or have misconfigured the
battery indictor (somehow . . .)
> ---- On Mon, 18 Jul 2016 18:00:38 +0700 Colin Law <clanlaw at gmail.com> wrote ----
> > Please don't top post, it is the convention on this list to insert
> > replies at appropriate points in previous message.
> > Back to your problem, if, after leaving it for a long time as you have
> > described above, if you boot into windows does the battery show as
> > still virtually flat? If it shows that it is now at least partially
> > charged then the problem is not that it is not charging running
> > Ubuntu, it is just that the indicator is not showing correctly.
> > Colin
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