My Samsung R40 will not charge. The cable/charger is new and works fine, as I can occasionally charge it by using something heavy to jam it in the right way. I kno what the problem is but I dont know what it is actually called, the socket you put the charger cable into is broken, but without knowing what it is I cant replace it.
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Re: My Samsung R40 will not charge. The cable/charger
It is called the AC power Wall Socket is that what u r talking about do u think u can replace it i think u should call some elec guy to fix it like maintenance guy it has nothing to do with ur notebook its just the pins inside the socket got loose and ur plug is unable to stand in there am i right pls vote if u find me helpful
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Could be a battery problem, ut is usually a problem with the charge cable or connector. Try a different charge cable, they are usually Micro USB connectors, and check if the power (MaH) Matches what your phone needs. Otherwise you might need to repair the port. Try this.
There are a couple of common problems that can cause bad charging:
Bad charging cable - try a new cable
Bad charger - try a new charger, or try plugging it into a PC USB port overnight with the PC turned on
Charger is not the right charger for your tablet - Samsung devices are known for being picky about what charger you use. If you don't use the original charger that came with the device, or a Samsung charger made for your specific tablet, you will have trouble.
A bad/broken charging port on the tablet - this is not something you can fix yourself. You would likely have to return it to Samsung for repair, or find a local repair shop.
try this ..get a qtip and dip in 99% rubbing alcohol. not too wet. just damp. clean contacts on the charger port. use a magnifying glass and light to check if its clean. let it dry for 20 mins. it will also help if you have airplane mode on but its optional. use oem charger and cable or ipad charger works fine with samsung cable. hope it helps
The Camera would work with 4 AA batteries of almost any type. However a high capacity rechargeable battery would be more economical in the long run and you need a charger too. NiMh batteries with capacities of between 1200mah and 2900mah would be fine. The Hybrio type comes ready-charged and retains its charge best on the shelf. Therefore I would recommend e.g. Four, Uniross Hybrio AA 2100mah rechargeable batteries
If it charges from the data cable connection, then the problem may be in the charger. If you have a car charger, try that first. If it charges from the car charger (or if you can find a friend with the same model, and it charges from their charger) then the phone is fine and your charger has just failed.
Your power charger is fu.k.d up. Get you a new charger on e-bay for cheap and try charging. If that don't work, then the IC card charge port is fu.k.d up. Open this puppy up and replace the thing. You can find these parts on e-bay for cheap as individual parts or you can buy you a whole broken computer and use it for parts whenever parts on your computer start to fail.
If very well could be the charging port. Have you tried a different charger?
If it is the charger port, You have 3 options.
1. get it repaired, warrant if possible 2. Get a new one 3.Get an external battery charger and charge battery separate from phone.Another battery and charger will set you back about 10 dollars on ebay.