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Have the charger port replaced....from a professional mobile tech

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How to charge it


Hi Stacey
How to charge "what model" Cell Phone

iPhone & others usually charge from the USB cable that it comes with.
Plug into any USB port (5v DC)
Some chargers supply more current which can give a faster charge. iPad chargers supply 2A where as iPhone chargers are 1A

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My portable charger wont stay on. How do you make it stay on to charge the phone?


If you're using the charger supplied with the phone, it should either work or not. If it doesn't; either the phone battery, charger or both require replacement.

If the battery is "good" and you are using a "3rd party" (non-original equipment) charger, you may not have one that is incapable of providing the correct voltage, charge current or both. If the charger can not provide adequate charge current or voltage, it is very possible that the charger is shutting off due to excessive heat. Once sufficiently cooled, it charges again.

Make sure that you've got the correct charger - or one that is designed to charge the type battery in your phone at the correct voltage and current rates.

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Can not charge


To locate the problem, it's important you own a multimeter, which can read DC Voltage and resistance.

If you do own one, then you can perform the following :

1. Battery
Set your multimeter in Voltage (DC)-mode.
Remove the battery from your phone and see what Voltage it's rated. (might be something like 3.7V, 4.2V or even higher.

The phone contains a minimum of 2 (small) pins, which is touching the battery, when it was inserted. The battery will have 2 or move gold-alike pads.Try to measure the battery at these pads to see the Voltage. If there are more pins, don't worry, just try to measure between all pins.
If the readout at your multimeter is roughly 0.5 Volts below the rated Voltage, the battery should be replaced.


Example :
Battery rated 3.7 V. Readout multimeter : 3.2 V
Battery should be replaced.

2. Adapter / charger
Insert the adapter in a wall-outlet (110 / 240 V AC)
The adapter, contains a plug, which inserts into your mobile phone. At this plug, you need the Voltage. The readout at your multimeter should be a higher than the Voltage-rating at he battery. If not, your adapter / charger is damaged.

3. Onboard connection
Set your multimeter in Resistance-mode, sometimes also shown as the Ohm-sign.
When charging your phone, your adapter is connected to your phone, redirected to the battery. Now it's time to check if there's a good connection between the phone-inlet and the battery-pins inside your phone. The inlet has in the center a metal pin. Try to connect your multimeter to this pin, and one of the battery-pins inside your phone. If there's no connection, to any of these pins, you'll get no readout. This might mean, the phone-inletconnector is not well connected to the board(*) of your phone.
(*) The green print, with all tiny electronic components.

The source of this damage might be :

A) While charging, the phone dropped on the floor.

B) Non-official adapter / charger
Maybe a higher rated current than allowed. A battery may be charged 1 / 10th of the specificated current. So, if the battery shows 1600 mAh, the batttery can be safely charged at a current of 160 mAh. If you use a 2A (= 2000 mA) charger, you can charge the battery, but results in a shorter lifetime of the battery.
Sometimes, even polarity might be an issue (reversed) or the non-official charger is supplying AC-Voltage instead of DC-Voltage.

C) Damaged onboard controller
Some phones contain a kind of controller-IC to control the charging proces. If the charger was supplying a too high Voltage or current (Ampere), it might end up in a fried controller-IC.
I such case you might have heard a "plop" when inserting this charger into your phone, or noticed smoke or a distinctive smell (of burned components)

Any repair for type A, B or C-damage, requires special skills and tools. If you lack any of these 2, go for a repair-shop or buy a new mobile phone.

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Phone is using more current than the charger is able to deliver


First Option:
mostly nokia chargers doesn't make problems...
just try the following..
connect ur mobile with a system (usb cable)...
found out whether it is charging or not...
if the same prblm appears then there is a prblm in ur cell phone or power jack(socket)...
if it charged with usb cable buy a new charger
Please change Phone Bettery and check the charging
IF Charging Problem not Solved So


Second Option:
Your Phone charging IC Fault So Please change charging IC
And charging Problem will Solved Quickly

Dec 02, 2012 | Cell Phones

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Will not charge/stay charged


you charger wire connection is loss so you have to use wiretap properly or you have to buy a new charger

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Charging no respance


Hi, problem can be solved. When charging a phone and it does not respond,it means that either the charger or the charging port where you fix your charger in is faulty.

First you can try and use another charger to check if phone will charge. If it charges, that means the charger needs to be replaced,but if not charging,charging port will need to be replaced .

Take care.

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Hi I have N95 and when i plug charger in it says not charging can anyone help


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

Jun 01, 2010 | Nokia N95 Cellular Phone

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IPhone 3G (standard not jailbroken) unable to power off or charge


Could be charger, charging cord or the battery needs replacing

Sep 26, 2017 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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My razr will not hold a charge. Changed the battery,helped a little while but now it is doing the same thing.Dies constantly.


The charger is bad, not supplying enough current to bring the battery to full charge.

Or your replacement battery is bad.

There is a small possibility that the charging circuit inside the phone is bad.

So, before you spend money on a charger, see if someone will lend you their charger and let the phone charge over night. If it holds a charge then you know the charger is bad.

Good Luck!

Jan 03, 2010 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3

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Won't Charge! :-(


Hi. these situations are mostly caused by a bent or broken copper prong that is located within the input charger port that is inside the phone housing.

When you insert the charge cord into the input port, there are copper prongs that will have to connect to each other and , this contact point will transfer the necessary current to the cell for a proper charge.

If the prongs are damage in any way due to broken copper or, bent copper prongs, this will prevent the necessary current from flowing to the cell.

Most remedies are crude like using a tooth pick or paper clip to straighten out the prongs inside the port. these methods do more harm than good and i recommend sending this phone in for a input port transplant. the manufacture or local repair depot is the best repair solution for this situation.

There is one thing that i would do before sending it to the repair depot. try using a completely different battery cell. if you purchase a new battery and the charger continues to not charge, this will confirm the input port failure.

Please rate and god bless:)

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