An exhausted Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro can prevent a perfect phone from working because a mobile phone can’t even start without a battery. After using the phone for two years, the battery becomes raddled because of continuous use. We all charge the battery daily; a battery’s life depends on its charging and discharging cycles. Once those are over, the battery performance degrades, and there is no way to rejuvenate it. You can only replace a worn-out battery with a new one, and that’s how everyone does it. If you thought about enhancing the battery life by repairing it, that’s simply impossible.
A battery can go bad in several ways; it can stop providing enough standby time or swell and pressurize the display or the back panel. When the battery puffs up, you’ll feel a bulge inside your phone, and you should replace the battery immediately in such conditions. It is not a good idea to keep using a swelled battery for a long time. On this page, you can find a 100% original and brand new battery replacement for Xiaomi Mi9T Pro and overcome all the battery-related issues.
Which problems indicate a raddled Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro battery?
Battery problems are very common, and most customers misidentify them, leading them to wrong solutions. If you haven’t dealt with battery problems before, you will feel like there are some hardware issues on the device. You’ll consult with a mechanic, and they will try other things to resolve the issue. Finding a solution is impossible if you don’t narrow down the problem correctly.
If you’ve already used the battery for around two years and facing issues with your phone’s standby time, please look for one of these problems. If you are facing similar issues, most likely, you are dealing with a worn-out battery. Please note that you can easily identify hardware problems but battery problems are strange. You’ll face these kinds of issues :
- The battery drains much faster than before, and standby time has become lesser than before.
- Your phone reboots automatically without any obvious error message or reason.
- The battery is puffed up, and you can feel a bulge inside the phone.
- You charge the battery to 100% levels, suddenly dropping to 50% or so.
- The charging percentage decline is not gradual but exceptional.
- You see a random battery percentage when you lock/unlock the device.
- After a certain percentage, say 15%, the phone turns off itself.
- The battery doesn’t take charge even when the charger is connected.
- You must keep a charger plugged in to use the phone.
- Your phone automatically restarts several times daily, and you don’t know why.
All these problems indicate a worn-out battery, and we keep updating this section as we discover more issues reported by our customers. If you want to discuss a particular problem, please don’t hesitate to call us at 9587954273, and our support team will be more than happy to assist you further.