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Nexus v 789 helicopter will not charge

I bought two. With units turned off, I plug them into the USB ports to charge. One light comes on and stays on, the other hasn't done anything.

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Pop the back cover off. It's real easy - you can use a credit card or even your fingernails. Carefully prise all around the edges. It'll come off quite easily. Looking from the rear with USB port at the bottom, you'll see the left side if the unit is occupied by a large rectangular battery. At the top right of the battery is a connector with six wires. Gently disconnect the connector from the main board. Leave disconnected for about 30-60 seconds and then plug it back in.

Put the back cover back on, and then plug in the charger.

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I am very familiar with this problem with the 2nd gens and it is almost always a sure sign that the tablet is not getting enough power to charge up and will not boot. Sometimes this can happen from the tablet not getting used for a while and getting completely drained. The other possibilities are A) the USB charging port is becoming worn out and won't charge or B) the battery is no longer holding a charge, much like a car battery in the winter. Get an original Nexus 7 wall charger and leave it charging through the wall outlet and not a computer, this has more power. If the light is blinking, it makes me think the USB is not the issue, so chances are after an hour or two it will have some life again.

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Repair charging port on google nexus 7


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The micro usb charging port on the nexus 7 is notorious for becoming useless b/c cords fit loosely in the port right out of the box. Micro usb cords get wiggled and jiggled because of the size of the opening and then the port will no longer charge b/c solder breaks from the board, or the tongue inside the port partially breaks apart.

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The battery connector in the Nexus 7 (2012 model) is notoriously problematic. Sometimes dropping the device can cause issues that prevent the Nexus 7 from charging altogether. A hard reset may not work. Fortunately, it is quite easy to fix.

However this will void your warranty. Pop the back of the Nexus 7 case open by pushing a credit card or guitar pick or small screwdriver under the edge of the black plastic case. Start from the top and gently pry the case open, working your way around. The back of the case will come off quite easily. The battery occupies the bulk of the left-hand side of the unit, and a group of six wires come out of the top of the battery to a connector on the circuit board. Gently push the plug out of the socket connector, wait 15 seconds, and push it back in. Snap the case back on and plug in your charger. You should now see the battery charge image appear.
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