I'm trying to design a simple protection/charging circuit for a single LiIon 18650 Cell and think I made a mess with the Diodes Incorporated AP9211 IC . It's my own fault as I skimmed through that data sheet but keyed off the typical application circuit and bread boarded that circuit. So the Over discharge circuit, which is the 'typical application circuit' given in the datasheet  worked.
My problem came when I decided I'd try to charge the 18650 again. I connected my charging voltage 5V to the P+ and P- connections of the 'typical circuit'. That resulted in no charging happening, so I went back to the datasheet and reading that discovered that the negative charging voltage should be connected to the VM Pin, Oops.
So I corrected my mistake, but again no charging happening, which is likely down to me having applied 5V across P+/P- so I might have blown the IC.
I only ordered up one to try this out but given I have to re-order to try again I have a few questions which someone probably has a much better idea of.
I'd like to have some indication that the cell is charged, either an LED turning on or off, and not sure how to add that to the AP9211 IC.
Secondly that IC is a bit fiddly to solder in that package and wonder has anybody got any advice/experience with a simple solution to over charge/over discharge protect a single 18650. I thought that IC looked the part but not sure now.
Thanks for any advice.