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The same thing happened to me. It's probably your charger porter. did you somewhat yank the charger out sometime or did it fall of a table or something and the charger yanked itself out when it fell (if it fell). If that's the problem, try putting the charger in the phone & hold the charger up, worked for me. You could also try a different charger or buy a battery charger like I did. There's the link if of the battery charger if needed. I hope this helps!
Either your charger is not ok or your phone may have some problem.U should the charger which is designed for your phone.U may try wetting the pin of charger with a little much of saliva and then dry it and then connect the charger again.If it again shows bad contact of charger reconnect and if the problem persists then the phone may have a faultu jack.To check your jack connect phone to other charger if it again shows bad contact of charger then this is it your phone has got some problem
Make sure that the charger that you are using is compatible with your phone. Trying another compatible charger will help you detect if your charger is faulty. If the second charger that you are using is working with its original phone then there might be a problem with the charger port of your phone. If your phone is still covered with warranty, you can bring it to a license and accredited phone repair shop.
That error message usually occurs when using an unsupported third party charger. An example would be if you bought a cheap "knock off" charger that doesn't supply the correct voltage to the phone. These messages can sometimes occur in error when using an official or supported charger.
If you're sure you're using a supported charger, there is something you can try to fix this error. First, unplug the charger from the phone and the power outlet. Turn off the phone and then remove the battery. Wait about 15 seconds and insert the battery again. Turn on the phone, and plug in the charger to the power outlet and the phone. The phone should now charge.
If it's still not working, you'll need to try to get a new charger. Sometimes, if the phone is still in warranty, you can get the charger replaced for free if it is defective.
It sounds like the charger is the problem. The battery and the phone seem to be ok since you can use the usb cable to charge the phone. I would check the charger to see if there is any visible damage. You can also see if a friend has the same connector (many new phones should due to the EU ruling last year) and check their charger with your phone and their phone with your charger to verify the charger is faulty, but replacing the charger would probably the best solution. Depending on how long you have had the phone, Nokia might cover the charger under the warranty, but I don't seem to be able to find that information.
Hello, when a phone does not charge, it means that the phone charger or the port at which the charger is inserted in the phone is faulty.
Might be due to dust or dirt. You can Clean charging port on the phone with a brush and alcohol to remove dirt.
After cleaning it,if still not charging, you can test charger with another phone to be sure if the charger is working. And if the charger works with another phone,that means the charging port on the phone is faulty and will need to replaced.
Please check the charger by plugin with some other nokia handset and check if the charger is working fine. If still it shpws not charging with other handset then change the charger as charger is not working