9 out of 10 your charger is not good anymore. Try another charger (similar looking chargers that can plug in will NOT work). You must use charger for your specific LG VX8300 (I used my car charger). And it works. I went to Verizon Wireless and they told me charger went bad.
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I had a similar problem with a brand new LG Xenon. The battery charger said it was charging but the phone didn't charge. When the battery life on the phone died the phone would not turn on with the charger. I plugged it into my USB port on my laptop and the phone fully charged for real. I got 4 days before I had to recharge it again. Try USB cable to a PC to charge phone. Charger is probably bad. I am getting a replacement and will see if that works.
Definitley your batery had developed reverse polarity and so it will not reain or take in charge. hence the battery will consume more power resulting in this message and it might alsoo be dangerous to keep this on. I would advise you to put in new battery and do the intial charging as required. Keep it on for 8-12 hours of chrage then discharge offf in use fully and rechage again. Repeat this for three time before your battery becomes fully functional. hope this helps. Good day
batteries have a charge memory in the, when you purchase a new battery the best thing to do is to fully drain the battery before charging it up, this will tell the battery that it needs full charge, if you charge the battery before this it will only charge the battery to a certain percentage. what you need to do now is find a way to fully discharge the batteries
I had the same problem with my Jamin so sent if off to the technician who informed me the Jarmin's internal circuitry prevents the phone being charged when the battery is under a certain voltage so when you use a plug in charger because the battery has very low power it does not trip a circuit in the Jamin to start the charging process. The only solution to to take the battery out of the unit and charge it with a stand-a-lone charger. Hope this makes sense.
Check if the battery is working well, first, discharge it al, then charge it fully and use the phone, if the battery appears to be charged and after a call or something, it says "LOW BATERY", you have to change the battery. Now, i the phone isn't charging, it is necessary to open the cellphone and clean the contacts, you have to check the charger plug too and if not responding after this, the problem is in some element that acts in the charger interface of the phone