I misplaced the charger for my Truly and it won't charge off of ANY of the computers I've tried it on, that's three different laptops and two desktops, all with USB 2.0 ports. What the heck is going on here? I'd really like to avoid spending $30 or so for another USB charger.
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It sounds like the charging port on your phone is broken. This could have happened a number of ways. Either by dropping your phone, putting the charger in wrong, or taking it out wrong. If you call HTC(866-449-8358) and it is still under warranty they will probably fix it for free as long as it doesn't have any water damage(http://www.ehow.com/how_4479971_check-cell-phone-water-damage.html). Otherwise you could also get a new phone.
If you tried turning the laptop on with NO battery but plugged into the mains and you get no response, even no little lights flickering then its possible that something to do with the motherboard (obviously, you might think) but get someone too look inside it if you can, something might be fried. its a bit hard not actually seeing the machine
If it does not work with the Charger while the battery is out then I would say either your charger is bad, the dc power jack where the charger plugs into the laptop is bad or you've got motherboard issues. Does the charger have a light on it to indicate that it is on when plugged in the wall? Do you see any lights when you plug the charger into the laptop?
Take an ink pen and see if the little pin inside the computer where the charger plugs is loose and moves a bit. If so that is probably your problem. If the pin is tight and the charger works, then you've got motherboard issues.
a possible battery or charger problem. check if you can charge using a diff. charger,if you can?then the charger is the problem,replace it. but if you can charge w/a diff. battery?replace the battery. :)
Directions say green light indicates that the battery is fast charging only,it does not indicate at exact point of full charge. I let my batteries charge for 12 hours for the first time charging,found out myself the same way. Try that and you will notice the difference.
I have to agree, I assume you have tried the the same battery on both chargers? is it possible that one charger ruined all the batteries? I wish I could offer some real help other then to say "hmm." But my best guess is that one charger ruined all the batteries. unless you use them both at the same time, then it would be hard to have them all quit at once.
Is the AC Power adapter the original adapter of the laptop? If it is,
try to drain the battery and charge it for 8-12 hours without using or opening the laptop just charge it. After charging, remove the power adapter as you open your laptop. Make this way a habbit of using and charging your laptop to make the charging and battery life last long.