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Methods to Get the Reason Why Cell Phone Batteries Can’t be Charged

by TracyMiller    Sep 16, 2013, 4:29 AM

Have you ever met the situation that your cell phone battery can not be charged? What will you do at this time? Are you go to maintenance shops for help? Twisted Evil Actually, we can find the reason by ourselves. Below is the steps to get the reason.

1. Link your cell phone with the charger and plug the charger in. If your cell phone battery can not be charged at this time, the problem may caused by the broken charger, out-of-order connecting line, raddled connector of your cell phone, the spoiled battery or the cell phone operation system. We can not sure what the reason is now and we need to do the next step. Rolling Eyes

2. Apply another connecting line or another plug of the charger to charge your phone. If the battery can be charged, we can know that the charging failure results from the connecting line or the charger plug. Sad If not, the reason may be the problem of the connector of the cell phone, the battery or the cell phone operation system.

3. Now, you should take the battery out of your cell phone if allowed. What you should do now is to charge the battery with a universal charger. If it can be charged, the broken part must be the connector of your cell phone. Confused Otherwise, there may be something wrong with the cell phone battery or the cell phone operation system.

4. At this time, you should try to charge a replacement battery in your cell phone. If replacement battery can be charged, it implies that the battery mentioned before is broken. Sad Otherwise, the trouble is caused by the operation system of your phone. Many people are clear about how the cell phone operation system influence the charging of batteries. Simply speaking, when the battery information recorded in the system log is not correct, the charging may be affected.

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