This just started happening recently, when I plug in the cable to charge my LG Envy is starts out charging just fine but after a minute or so the screen turns black and show the time in big numbers. (Sort of like and old clocks that flipped over each minute). It ends up charging fine, but the screen has never done this before. Can it be fixed?
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I would guess that you battery is fine, it is either your charger is not working or worse case your charger socket on you phone is damaged. Try connecting your iphone to your computer via the USB port and charging cable, if your phone starts to charge you know you have a problem with the plug side of your charging cable which is where your transformer is. Be aware that if your battery is totally flat it could take several minutes before you hear the beep from your phone to indicate that it is charging. If that doesn't work it could be your charging lead that is damaged so try charging with a different lead. If still no joy then you could be in trouble as the charging socket is soldered to the mother board and could be an expensive repair so fingers crossed it is only the charger that is damaged.
Will it charge in the car from a car charger and did they test it at the store before they gave you a new one. I heard that they have had problems with the new ones having a defect with the chargers. That they had the wrong homechargers in the boxes.
Although today's electrinics are nicer to look at than things were 5 years ago, they're also more fragile. You must treat things like egg shells if you want them to last. I've had the same cell phone for 4 years, mi wife has been through 7.
I had this same problem, it's really irritating. Not exactly a full solution, but if you leave your phone connected to the usb for around 10 - 15 mins then disconnect it, remove and replace the battery and turn it on, it should have enough power to boot up, the just reinsert the usb and it should charge.
When it is red light of death, it either means the bootloader of the phone is faulty (after uploading dodgy firmware updates), or the battery is too empty to start-up, let alone display charging progress. In your case you need to leave the phone charging even with the red light flashing and it will be fine. Give it a few hours connected to the charger.