You may have experienced this problem more than once and you have probably rushed to buy a charger when the solution was at your fingertips with a little effort and a little more knowledge. So you do not happen again, I bring you five tips to fix a phone that does not load well
The phone may not charge when connected; the load is slow, or that your device is discharged too quickly. These problems smartphones and tablets are quite common and the problem may be more than one explanation.
1. Arrange the DIY USB port
The fastest solution, easy and most times more satisfying is only to make a small repair on your phone. The common problem is that the metal tab into the USB port and micro USB charger does not make good contact, either by a manufacturing defect or by the movement to connect and disconnect the cable regularly. If you notice any cable makes good contact this might be your problem.
All you need to do to fix it is to turn off the device, remove the battery if possible and use something small, like a toothpick, to make a sort of little lever on the tab that is inside the USB device port. It must be done very carefully and very gently. Then be re-insert the battery and connect the device. Nine out of ten times you only need to do this.
2. Change cables
The weakest part of a charger is, of course, the cable, adapter that plugs into the wall outlet. So if your device has problems loading and the previous solution did not help, you may be your cable is defective. Before you run out and buy a replacement, trying to catch a spare USB cable from another device and replace it. Many times the cable has been damaged because it is constantly bent, funky and a thousand other reasons.
Instead of buying a whole new charger, you may only need a new cable. When purchasing one check that supports the USB standard your charger and your smartphone. Especially it needs to pay attention to the type C USB cable.
Similarly, if the cable is not the problem finally, check the adapter from the wall outlet, this may well be the cause. Also, test the same combination of charger and cable to another device and see if it works generally. IPhone users, for example, should be more careful because your charger has a slightly weaker port.
3. Clean the port and take precautions
Sometimes, the reason that a device does not charge properly is simply that there is something stuck in the harbour, a little dust or dirt that blocks the connection. Lint our pocket and other minute debris can get all the ins and outs of a smartphone, so take a look to make sure there is nothing within the micro USB port.
Of course, be sure not charge the phone near water or in excessively hot or humid places. Also, you should not overload the device, charging overnight compete unnecessary, the battery just need 2-3 hours to be complete and leave more is a terrible idea, it can lead to the dreaded battery explosions or simply damage in terms capacity.
4. Replace the battery
If your device is old or appears to be acting strangely as to its battery, this component may be defective. If your Android has a removable cover opens the battery cover and make sure it is not bulky, misshapen or leaking. If it is, remove it immediately and thoroughly clean the area carefully to avoid corrosion.
If the battery is not removable, check that the body of the smartphone. If the battery is swollen, the smartphone will notice this bulge. Battery replaced by an original or a component manufacturer with proven quality and excellent reputation.
A new battery should last between one and two years before being replaced, although this always depends on how you use it and cycles of loading and unloading. If you see that you have to change it before it within two years, try to check the warranty, it is likely to cover this situation and can demand a free replacement.
5. Charging in a wall plug
Load the device into a wall outlet will always be faster than via PC or laptop. Similarly, the voltage is different, as a power outlet is twice that of another device. USB 3.0 on some computers (those with blue plastic tab) the load power is higher than in traditional USB 2.0.
Of course, if you are using a charging cable and a different adapter that comes with your phone this might be the problem so enough energy for your device is not transmitted, and because it is not powerful enough for your smartphone. There may also be a problem with your outlet, but this is the least likely. To charge your phone faster, put it in planner mode or just turn off the phone.
If all else fails, check twice that you have connected the power outlet. It is the first thing you wonder if you call the service for help, which could be the next step if none of the solutions of this article have served you.
Do you get problems loading your smartphone? Were you able to fix it? How?