What do you do when your phone isn’t charging?
Check the USB socket
Often the issue is the small metal connector in the USB port, which may be slightly bent in a way that means it doesn’t make proper contact with the charging cable. To fix this, switch your phone off, and remove the battery if you can.
Why is my iPhone not charging when its plugged in?
These alerts can appear for a few reasons: Your iOS device might have a dirty or damaged charging port, your charging accessory is defective, damaged, or non Apple-certified, or your USB charger isn’t designed to charge devices. Follow these steps: Remove any debris from the charging port on the bottom of your device.
How do I know if my charger port is damaged?
How to Determine if your Phone Needs Charge Port Repair
- Do you have to hold the phone at a certain angle to charge it? It may be that the charge port on your cellphone is loose and need to be fixed into place again. …
- You see some off-colored residue or debris around the charge port. …
- There is nothing wrong with the charger and battery.
Why is my phone charging slow and dying fast?
The number one reason your iPhone or Android smartphone is charging slow is because of a bad cable. USB cables get dragged around and beat up quite a bit and most people never even think to replace the ones that originally came with their devices.
How do I revive a dead non removable battery?
If the device still won’t power on, trickle charge using a manufacturer-approved USB cable plugged into a computer. Many times devices that are completely dead recover after 45 minutes to 2 hours using this trickle-charge method. After the device recovers, finish charging by plugging into a wall outlet.