If your battery isn’t charging properly, don’t immediately assume your phone charger or your battery is broken. Based on personal experience, the problem – and solution – may be much simpler than you think. If your phone or tablet isn’t charging properly or at all, take a look at these 10 ways to fix a phone that won’t charge.
7. Diagnose a dodgy adapter
If the cable doesn’t seem to be the problem, check the wall plug adapter – especially if it’s one where the charging cable can be removed. We’ve encountered issues in multiple chargers where the USB port becomes a little loose after endlessly plugging in and unplugging the cable.
Also check whether the same charger/cable combination works on a different device, because this will help you eliminate the possibility that it is your device at fault, rather than the cable or charger. You should also make sure there isn’t a problem with your wall socket.
8. Change Battery
It is also the best solution to try, if you have the dead battery you can’t charge. It might happen, when your smartphone fall into water or due to over voltage or fall. In case, you need to change your battery to fix this error. But, do try all the above-mentioned methods to fix won’t be a charge phone error.
If you still notice you can’t charge your smartphone, better you rush to the retailer or local shop and get it fixed. Never try to open the smartphone, it might lead to other significant problems.
9. Calibrate your battery
Sometimes the battery level your device ‘thinks’ it’s at is wrong. The effect of this is that your phone may function differently, including limiting performance before it needs to or taking an hour to chew through the last two percent of battery.
It would be advisable to calibrate your battery.