Many people have suffered from this problem and rushed out to buy a new charger when the solution was at hand with only a bit of effort and only a little bit more know how. Here are some tips to fix a smartphone/repair a mobile phone that won’t charge.
The Major Problem
Either your smartphone won’t charge at all while it is plugged in, or the connection drops out or only charges very slowly, sometimes only just faster than your device’s battery is discharging. This is actually a very general complaint, and one I suffered from with a device myself. There’s a few things that could’ve gone wrong.
Fix DIY USB Port
The main solution is simply to do a little DIY fix on your actual hardware. The issue is quite often that the metallic surface inside the USB port as well as the microUSB charger are not making a connection, either through a built-up defect or because of the continual plugging and unplugging of the charging cable. All you require to do is shut down your smartphone, remove the battery if possible and use something smaller, like a toothpick, to ‘lever up’ the little tab inside the USB port on your smartphone. Do so very carefully, then reinsert your battery and plug it in again.
The key part of a charger is of course the cable, not the adapter that plugs into the wall socket. So if your phone is having charging problems and the previous solution hasn’t helped, you might have a fault of cable. Before you rush out to buy a new, just find a spare USB cable from another phone and try it instead. Quite often the cable will fray inside because it is constantly being curled up. Rather than purchase a new charger, you may only need a new cable.
Clean up your act
Sometimes smartphone is not charging correctly is because there is some issue in the port, or there is just a lot of dirt blocking the connection. So take a glance to make sure there isn’t something lodged inside the Micro USB port.
It is also suggested not to charge your smartphone near water and do not overcharge your smartphone, charging overnight when your smartphone battery only needs two or three hours is a very bad idea and can lead to a battery damaging your smartphone.
Replace the Battery
If your device is very old. Replace the phone battery with an original manufacturer or respected third party power source. A new battery should last at least 2 years before it needs to be replaced, although this depends on the number of charge and discharge cycles. If this seems necessary too soon, check your warranty, you may be eligible for a free replacement.
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