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    I found this elsewhere on the web and it works now on my 702vm

    Open registry and browse to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\ASUS\ASUS Battery Health Charging
    Modify dword CheckSupported from 1 to 0
    Reboot your system

    Now you should be able to choose any of the options within the app.

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    Even though mine is set to the Max Lifespan mode, I removed the charging cable and the battery percent showed at 100. It's almost like it's running, but not actually doing anything beneficial on the GL703.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saragrl View Post
    I found this elsewhere on the web and it works now on my 702vm

    Open registry and browse to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\ASUS\ASUS Battery Health Charging
    Modify dword CheckSupported from 1 to 0
    Reboot your system

    Now you should be able to choose any of the options within the app.
    Thanks that work

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmohamed2 View Post
    Thanks that work
    Bypassing the supported device check doesn't mean that it will really work on your device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peneoark View Post
    Bypassing the supported device check doesn't mean that it will really work on your device.
    Sadly this seems to be true. My battery still charges. Oh well, I don't understand why ASUS wouldn't support this on all their devices. Guess there is more money in us paying to replace ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saragrl View Post
    Sadly this seems to be true. My battery still charges. Oh well, I don't understand why ASUS wouldn't support this on all their devices. Guess there is more money in us paying to replace ours.
    Kinda like when messing with an Android device and wanting to install an unsupported app. You can change the build.prop device ID to match a supported device, and the play store will let you install it, but that's no guarantee that it will run

    But not sure why it's not supported on all devices. I'm sure there is a valid reason though.

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    GL702VS worked right off the bat. The battery light on the front of the laptop even shows green as if it was fully charged
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    Quote Originally Posted by FastM View Post
    GL702VS worked right off the bat. The battery light on the front of the laptop even shows green as if it was fully charged
    Yep, it also seems to be working good on my GL702VMK, although it doesn't allow the battery to discharge down to the selected level (60%, 80%). In my case, I was at 89% when I selected the 60% mode. My system just stayed at 89%, not charging. I guess I should unplug it and discharge it down to 60% and leave it there.

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    Last edited by StarJack; 05-09-2018 at 12:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarJack View Post
    Yep, it also seems to be working good on my GL702VMK, although it doesn't allow the battery to discharge down to the selected level (60%, 80%). In my case, I was at 89% when I selected the 60% mode. My system just stayed at 89%, not charging. I guess I should unplug it and discharge it down to 60% and leave it there.

    StarJack
    Yeah that's what I did, unplugged down to 40% and let it come back up. Even with the laptop off and plugged in all night it was still at 60% this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peneoark View Post
    Bypassing the supported device check doesn't mean that it will really work on your device.
    You're right, battery still charging to 100%

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