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hi, try using the charger with another lg phone that it is compactible with to confirm if it will charge..if it worked, it means the charger is fine but if it does not it means the charger is bad...also, it could be that the charging port of the phone is faulty...so if that charger charges another phone, it means you will need to change your charging port. cheers
Make sure when you disconnect any USB devices, safely disconnect them. If you are going to just unplug it without telling the computer when you need to, you will have major problems. Find a little USB icon in the system tray and click on "safely remove hardware."
the problem is the contact points in the phone input are worn and possibly the contact points in the charge output are also worn, there's no way to fix it without replacing the charger input and/or getting a new charger. hate to say but might just need to replace the phone
This worked for me after trying a lot of different ideas. Go where you can find good reception[ 3 bars or more !] take out the battery with the phone on, Wait about 2 minutes and put the battery back in, turn your phone back on and wa la. I guess it updates your phone with its new configuration.