Question about Apple iPhone Cell Phones
It is faulty. probably battery failure but could be the lighting connector. An Apple store will be able to test it for you.
Posted on Nov 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my iphone wont charge
I had this exact problem too - same as the first two posts anyway.
It seems to be just a software issue and was easily resolved for me with a full power off and reboot. Here is how to do that safely.
Plug in the phone using the wall socket charger, leave it for a few hours to get a charge (i know it doesn't look like its charging). Later, press the on/off button. The battery icon appears with just a thin red line. Let it go back to black. Then press the the on/off button and the menu button simultaneously for about 8 seconds. A red button should appear on the screen with a question asking if you want to power off the phone. Say yes. (I think it was a slide bar, but can't remember now.) Wait a few secs while the phone powers off. Then remove the power plug from the phone. Now reinsert the power plug. After a few (worrying) seconds of nothing, a white Apple logo appears in the middle of the screen, a few more seconds and the iphone main menu appears. No data has been lost, no settings are altered, and best of all, the battery shows a full charge and seems to be back to normal again.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
SOURCE: HTC TOUCH HD charging problem
Well hope so you didn't damaged the sensors! try this : use the phone until battery is empty and switches off. then put it on the charger for 4 hours. If no joy,try different battery to make sure that device is not damaged and get a new battery.
Posted on May 12, 2009
I was in panic attack !!! did everthing and nothing seems to wake up my iphone.
I forgot to charge it so battery went full empty, then I plug it on the wall charger, and nothing happend. I let it all nite, and next morning,... surprise !!!!! still the red icon, No battery, the iphone didnt restart!!!!
How I fix it?
1-unplug it from the wall charger 2- press middle button and startup button, same time 3-when red battery dissapear, plug the charger. 4_ do this many times. Didnt work for me the first time, but at the end it works !!!!
NOW MY IPHONE IS WORKING GREAT !!!!! GOD BLESS YOU ALL !!!!!!!!
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
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Recharge your iPhone. Plug it into a power outlet using the USB cable
and power adapter that came with it. Within a couple of minutes, your screen
shows a battery icon with a red sliver of power. Don't use your iPhone for at
least 10 minutes or until the battery icon turns green. Your empowered iPhone
should now be fully functional again.
Force a faulty app to quit. Press and hold the "Sleep/Wake"
button on your iPhone's top-right edge. Release your hold when a red slider
appears onscreen. Ignore the slider and press the "Home" button for
six seconds. Your iPhone should return to the home screen, fully operational.
Force your iPhone to restart. This technique is especially helpful when
your iPhone refuses to turn off normally. Simultaneously press and hold the
"Sleep/Wake" button and the "Home" button for about 10
seconds. Ignore the red slider that appears onscreen and release your hold when
the Apple logo appears. Wait for your device to reset itself to normalcy.
Reset your iPhone's settings if your device allows access to them. Tap
"Settings," followed by "General." Then tap
"Reset" at the very bottom, followed by "Reset All
Settings." This restores your device settings to its original factory
condition and eliminates any conflicting settings that may have been caused by
changes you recently made or a newly installed app. Your songs, music, videos
and other data remain intact.
Update your iPhone's software. If a software bug caused your freeze, the
latest software may have resolved it. Launch iTunes on your computer and then
connect your iPhone using the USB cable that came with it. Click on your
iPhone's name when it appears under "Devices" in the left sidebar,
followed by the "Summary" tab above the main pane on the right. Click
"Check for Update" and then follow the prompts to download and
install the update.
Restore your iPhone if all else fails. This resets your device's
software and hardware settings to factory conditions, removes all data and then
restores everything from a backup. With iTunes launched and your iPhone plugged
in, click on your iPhone under "Devices" on the left, followed by the
"Summary" tab on the right. Click "Restore" and then
"Backup" in the pop-up dialog. Prepare to nurse your iPhone through
this process for 20 minutes or more. When done, resynchronize your iPhone in
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