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Since You have changed the charger and the battery and the phone still does not charge then It means the charging/connection port of the phone is bad. And the best solution is to replace the port of the phone. To replace the port is quite simple. First You can charge the battery in another phone temporarily while You get the connection port of the phone fixed. To replace the connection/charging port, please follow the steps below:
First remove the back cover and battery.
Unclip the front cover then remove the four circled screws
You can now remove the LCD frame. Another ribbon connector (circled) needs to be disconnected. This attaches like a plug and socket. Simply lever it up, away from the phone, to unplug it. The LCD is now free.
Then You take out the 4 screws that are around the phone,
That should release the panel of the phone out,
Disconnect the connection port of the phone and replace it with a new one,
Then You reverse the process to reassemble the television back together.
The micro usb port is at the back. Connect Vehicle Power Cable to the nüvi and connect the other end to your computer, your nüvi does not operate as a GPS unit - it goes into some sort of charging mode. However, if youFIRSTturn on the nüvi in the battery mode then go into the test mode (press the battery icon for about 8-9 seconds) from the main screen,THEN PLUGin the USB cable, and finally exit the test screen, your nüvi will restart(reboot) and it will operate just like it was plugged into the cradle connection in your vehicle.
This mode will charge the batteryANDoperate as a GPS.
It works with my computer USB cable, my cell phone charger and my car charger for my cell phone.
Don't forget to turn off the nüvi before unplugging.
The charge ports do break loose. If you know somebody who knows how to solder very well they can reattach it. Some times the copper PC board traces pull up with the legs of the mini USB port and need to be connected with some fine wire. This should be no problem for a decent electronice tech. Your other option is to find another phone in which to charge the battery. The battery is a BR50 and I charge them off the phone with two tiny alligator clips attached to the leads of an old charger. These are about 800mAh so a dead battery will take an hour or so to charge. The voltage of a fully charged 3.7 Volt Lithium Ion battery under no load should be about 4.05 volts. You can check with a volt meter. Removing the main board to access the charge port will require a T5 (Torx bit) screwdriver. Lift off the battery cover pry the plastic piece off the bottom and remove the screws. Then carefully pry the two flex cable connectors off from under the board. Lift it out and resolder the charge port. Repost if you are having any troubles.
Try to reduce the length of wire of your cell's charger.Cut the wire of your charger and reduce its length.Reconnect both wires the same way they were connected before and please make sure wires wont touch each other.Set your phone at charge and see if its charging,if not then connect the wires again but differently. If you have the same problem with other chargers too then the problem is with your charging port.You'll have to take your cell to cell phone repairer.
It is only one port on the phone what You call as charging port.
You must have some older Samsung wire this is why it is not fit in to the phone.The old and the new wire the connector look very similar but the are not a same.You need to get some new wire for the G600 phoneI hope this help Julius
he should change the hand free port if it is not connected to the charging port but if it is connected with the charging port he should change the charging port and the problem will be solved that's my solution.
If your battery goes COMPLETELY dead, which it will do if phone is not turned OFF and not used for a long period of time, you will need to JUMP START it using you OEM SMT-5600 AC charger. Other AC chargers will not work for this purpose and neither will a USB port.
You can JUMP START the battery using a USB port by cutting off a USB cable to expost the red and black power USB PORT power pins 1 and 4. Remove your SMT-5600 battery and while the modified USB cable is plugged into your USB PORT, hold the BLACK wire to the negative (-) terminal and the RED wire to the positive (+) terminal for about a minute. Replace the battery in the phone and connect the phone to a USB PORT using a standard USB cable. The SMT-5600 charging light may not register for a while, but will eventually light amber to show it is charging, assuming your phone is recoginzed by your computer.
Note some mini USB cables DONOT carry the USB power leads through to the phone, only data. If you have a very thin USB cable, be suspicious the power leads are not being carried in the cable.
Since the USB PORT power is limited to 100ma it cannot hurt the battery, but will insert enough current into a totally flat batter to cause the battery to register a voltage large enough to alllow USB PORT charging, typically 3.7VDC.