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Re: g1 Phone Wont Charge
take the batteries out and put it back in again and try charging
check in diff power sockets
press the end of the charging cables with little amount of pressure and have a check
try to connect via the usb cable to the computer and check if it charges, if works the charger is faulty
if still did not work then it will be firmware problem with of phone
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Your charging port is probably bad. It is a common issue. You can take it into an electronics shop and they could fix it by sending it to the manufacturer, but it might cost more than a new phone like the HTC incredible
Hi, if you N96 is not charging when plugged to a power supply outlet and the battery charges in another phone, then it obviously means the charging i.c in the phone is bad thereby affecting the charging port.
You need to get the phone to a mobile phone repair tech to replace the charging i.c. Meanwhile you can use a desktop charger to charge your battery pending the time you fix it....
It probably wont power up because it wont charge. the USB port may be bad preventing it from charging. I assume you have tried both the wall charger and the computer connection and have not had any luck with either one. Its probably the USB port has stopped working. common problem if the USB cable had been yanked or severely stressed while plugged in to the phone
I seem to be having the same problem. I finally figured out that the battery is loose and if I lay it down on it's back, the battery disconnects. Glad I have the replacement insurance as I am taking it back for a new one.
Have you tried recalibrating the battery? To do this you use the phone until it completely runs out of battery and switches itself off. Make sure it has completely run out by continuing to turn it back on until nothing happens except a red LED coming on. Then charge it while it's off until the green LED has been on for 2 hours. Hopefully this will improve your battery life.