Google has launched a mobile phone app that will help you determine if your phone is charging or not.
The app is the brainchild of Google Maps developer Michael Lee, who was able to spot a similar problem to that of the one suffered by the man who died after his mobile phone caught fire while he was at work.
According to the Google Mobile Device Emergency Response team, the phone was being charged at 0% for about a minute before it suddenly stopped charging.
After searching for an explanation on the Google mobile app, Lee decided to try the app himself.
The device was charging at 2% for 30 minutes before the battery died.
He tried resetting the phone’s settings, but that too failed to fix the issue.
After using the app for about an hour, Lee noticed that his phone was charging a full 4.4% while he slept.
It was then that he realised he had accidentally charged his phone by the wrong amount.
The phone was actually charging at 10.2% when he was sleeping, but Lee said it should be 5.8% when the battery is charging.
It’s a common issue in many phones that can cause the battery to suddenly shut down, and can lead to battery damage.
Lee told the Sydney Morning Herald he has taken the app to Google and is working with them to fix it.
Google has since launched a support page on its website.
According it, the app can be used to “detect and identify potential problems with charging and battery management” in smartphones, “and can also be used for diagnosing, troubleshooting and preventing mobile device fires”.
Google Mobile Devices Emergency Response Team has been in the news before for its work on mobile phones.
In July 2015, the company launched a new app, Smartphone Emergency Response, which will help people who have suffered battery death.