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I see several people having problems with their charger cord not plugging into the device so it charges or not staying plugged in because it comes right back out etc. I have found a way to make sure I don't damage those somewhat delicate and very small, mini-USB charging ports which are usually not repairable or replaceable.
I *borrowed* my wife's red fingernail polish and then I plugged in the charging cord on all of my seven or eight different devices and wall chargers which I have all labeled so I use the right one - I use masking tape and simply write the device name on the tape with a pen.
But, back to the red nail polish - I put a splotch of red nail polish so I can see it from the front of the device when it's plugged in correctly. This way the next time I plug it in to charge it, I'm not taking a chance of trying to plug it in backwards which can surely damage the female, mini-USB port, metal catch tabs and electrical pins.
On the rear of the speaker, you should see a female receptacle, probably the same as your phone. the other end is a usb which would plug into the computer to charge or you can pick up a 5volt wall charger that the usb cable plugs into and the charger plugs into the wall. Any walmart, fry's, radio shack has the readily available.
Depend what model "this tablet" is. Generally tablet chargers have a USB connector at the wall plug end , plugged into the wall charger and a mini usb or proprietary connector at the tablet end. The USB connector can also be plugged into a USB port on a computer or other device. Charging rate will depend on how much current the device can deliver to the USB port, they are not all the same.
Usually this lack of charging is a faulty mini usb connector inside the SII phone or maybe the mini USB plug on the end of charger cable. If you have a friend with a working SII use their phone to verify your battery or try their good battery in your phone. This will confirm it' s a charging / battery issue.
Not sure if you did this:A workaround for a faulty mini USB conn. in the SII would to be to buy a new battery and an external battery charger with battery holder stand. Charge batteries in the stand and change the charged batteries over into the Galaxy SII as needed.
Coolpix Cameras are tricky to use with chargers. I will assume your USB Charger EH-69P is 100 - 240V 50/60 Hz so it CAN work in many places around the world with an adapter. Do not go over 240V or you could damage it.
These cameras like to have the power supply connected when it is on to charge - meaning if you have it connected and you plug the charger in the wall it will NOT charge. So if you plug the charger in the wall first and then plug the cable in the camera it will work. The camera is actually ON when it charges and I never REMOVE the memory card when it is ON.
When you have a dead battery. Plug the camera in and make sure the ON LED lights and the Charge LED flashes. Then don't mess with it. Let it charge completely (Charge LED stops flashing and is OFF) and then unplug it. It will turn off. Then later you can turn it on.
Try plugging it into the computer with the USB. It's on the charger cord (pulls apart) . The phone will charge from the computer, if it does then it is the wall part that is fried. If not then the Battery. If you have a MINI USB from another product that fits try that one too. I have one from that fits. It's from the Plantrnics, same size. So check any you have laying around.