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I have the same problem with my iPhone. The only real way and best way to get a charge on a phone is through a wall charger. Car chargers and computer/usb to charge doesn't actually do anything but "top off" the battery. They don't produce enough power to give the batter a strong charge like the wall can. That's my best advice. Charge from the wall when at home. Use the car to top off when your on the go.
If your phone is still under warranty the best solution is to get it replaced.The problem is actually with the port of the charger.I mean the hole in which you plug in your charger isn't working properly.Where as your USB port is different and works properly so it charges the battery.So you will have to get this repaired.
If it uses a separate connection for the charger, try cleaning the contacts (a toothbrush works well for this) on the phone and the charger plug. If the charger plugs into the USB port on the phone, I's suspect a bad charger.
look at the 6 pins on the phones charge port and see if one is higher than the others (usually on the end). if the pins is too far up the lower half doesnt connect to the charger. If your usb port will charge on via usb "DOCK" then more than likely the charger itself (which is way more simple to fix)
1.) if one of the pins on the phones charge port is pushed up, grab a sewing needle and GENTLY push the pin back into place,
2.) if the charging dock is working and is a usb charger like your wall charger, buy a new wall charger at your local electronics store.
Your most likely going to have to buy a new phone my blackberry pearl did the same thing and it was because something was wrong with the inside of the charger port mine would say it was charging for all of about 5 seconds then disappear or you can go to your phone company and tell them that it is messed up and ask them for more batteries. good luck hope i helped :)
If you plug the charger into your phone and the battery icon does not change, then it means your physical connection is loose. If the battery connection does change but will not hold charge, then the battery is dead. I have managed 20 Q's in our office. Most of the time we just buy new batteries. Sometimes I fixed the connection by doing the following:
Use a needle nose plier and squueze the mini usb tip on the chargerslightly...very slightly. This will give it a "tighter" fit when you plug it into your phone. Make sure it's unplugged from the wall when you are doing this =).