My phone does not charge properly even though the charger is fine. At times the charger when attached shows the battery blinking but does not move forward regarding the charging of the phone and at times when i attach the charger, nothing happens. The stick also is not working properly.
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It depends on what you mean by charging overnight.
1. When you connect the charger, it shows on the phone that it's charging but after a while if you unplug the charger, it's still not charged: if it's the case, that means the battery is dead and needs to be replaced.
2. When you connect the charger, it doesn't show the phone charging: in this case it can be the charger brocken or the phone charge connector is faulty. you can verify that by moving the charger connector a little bit and see if it will start charging, if not you can try with another charger. if it doesn't charge even with another charger, at this time i will say for sure that the phone charge connector is faulty and needs a repair.
If it does, the phone device itself could be broken - take steps to get it replaced.
If it doesn't - if it's not the battery, it's the charger. Try a different charger - make sure while it's plugged in - the display shows that the charger is charging it, blinking - or bars going up or down, or a thunderbolt on the display etc. It could still be the battery - there are such things as OUT OF THE BOX FAILURES, where you get a dud for a battery.
All in all, trade someone for their battery, or their charger - if you dont wanna buy one at first. See if the problem follows your old battery etc.. Buying a battery or charger is usually like $5 on ebay, so that's much better than replacing the phone.
I too have been experiencing problems. Replaced the battery but it happened again.
The battery says it is at almost 100% capacity however several times in the day, when I go to turn it on it doesn't respond. I end up taking the battery out and then have to connect it to a charger (USB) so that the charging light blinks red once and then turns off. I can then put in the battery again and it will start up again.
If I don't connect it to the charger cable to drain (get the red light to flash once), and try just putting back in the battery, I've noticed that the screen has a faint glow as though it was on but the screen is completely blank.
I'm starting to think that there must be a short circuit somewhere because I'm going to assume that the new battery is good.
Well it is both. It should only ever say bootloader when it is plugged in to a PST machine and getting the software updated. I would say that it the hardware is causing the poor battery life or a combo of the battery and the phone.