IPhone :: 3gs Won't Charge - How To Make It Charge
Apr 23, 2012
So my iphone 3gs 16 gig would not charge. Tried it in the computer and wall charger. i read online and most answers was to get a new batterie. Since my iPhone battery was already bad i bought a new one. I installed it right and it started up. However i pluged it in and it would still not charge. This iPhone has caused me so much time and money im ready to throw it out the window.
iPhone 3GS, iOS 5.1, Broke new battery does not start
HI my 4 S doesn't take the charge any longer, and sometimes when I turn it off and plug it, it takes a little bit of charge but doesn't hold it long, and the phone get super hot. What should I do to fix that problem, I have donwload all the last version and the phone is only a few months old.
I just picked up two new nokia icons off ebay.. it was listed as new at least.. came in a box etc..
If i plug it in to charge.. it charges at about 1% per hour if that.. turn the screen on and it drops several percent,. use it unplugged and it rapidly discharges maybe 15% or more in a very short period of time.
Im guessing i got a bad batch?
Its very odd that both phones exhibit the same behavior.. and just for kicks i left 8.1 on one and put 10 on the other.
I have a Bold 9000 and it is draining the battery very quickly doesnt even last a few hours with a couple of calls and when its flat will only charge if I take out the battery and put in on a universal charger it wont charge with the blackberry mains charger, car charger or usb connection.I have bought two new batteries and all the same thing, turned off all applications I can see.The phone was bought new from an ebay seller in December and I cant get any response now from them and they are no longer on ebay.I have seen something about updating the system.
I bought my lumia 920 yesterday and while it charges in my car with an USB charging adapter it doesn't so with the delivered ac charger! The curios thing is, my old lumia 900 gets charged with the same one... What can i do?
i have a Blackberry Curve 8520. I plugged the phone in to charge about an hour ago and it seemed to work alright. I then went to move my phone plus charger upstairs so i could charge it overnight, plugged it in with the same charger it worked with earlier and no sign of charging. I've tried with my pc charger aswell and tried different plugs/chargers.
Lets say, I go to bed with my iphone being at 60 percent. Which is usually what its at by the end of the day. Do i just plug it in before bed everyday? I never know what to do. I have been plugging it in whenever I can. Any suggestions on when to charge my iphone?
My iPhone 3g Died after using it and i got the battery icon with the charging indicator (when its totally dead) I left it like that for hours and it never charged.. now the screen doesnt even light up...... What should i do??
After using my iPhone 3g, it died and i got the Red Battery icon with the Charging Indicator (When its totally dead), i left it like that for hours and it never charged... Now When i plug in the charger it doesnt even light up the screen
i have panasonic QE-PL201-K Lithium ion mobile battery. Can i use to charge the iphone? Normaly; iphone charger's output 5V and 1A. But PL201's output current is 1,5A. So, is it possible to charge the iphone ? If I use, any damage to the iphone?
My brand new 4s will not charge and will not recognise itunes, best option anyone can give me is send my phone away lose all my data and wait 10-14 days for a replacement. Good 1 APPLE, maybe time to switch the company phones back to Blackberry. I have all new models never had a problem and always recomended iphones as the best thing. This was until I had an issue and tried to get it fixed, not happy with after sales service :-(
when I plug in the wall chager (the little 110v adapter for the iPod/iPhone USB cable), it doesn't do anything. I tried every cable available; car charger, PC, power brick that came with my iPad etc (they all work on the iPad, just no longer my iPhone).
When it's plugged in, it doesn't charge, doesn't change the icon to the lightning bolt, but it did go from 9% to 22% on an overnight charge, though that is still in RED like when it gets to 10% or lower.
I've ready TON's of posts on here about folks having similiar issues but haven't seen a fix yet. Seems like Apple has a real product issue with the iPhone 4s Battery.
Should I take this to Apple or the AT&T store where I bought it? Don't want to waste my time in either location if they'll just tell me to go to the other store. I'm really not happy with this phone, especially since I've convinced all my family and some extended family to buy the iPhone, now they're gonna start having these problems as well. I've been lucky that this is my first real problem with an Apple device though.
My iPhone was working fine today, when I plugged it into my car charger it did not charge or even act like it was plugged in. When I got home I plugged it into a wall charger (apple product), then another (3rd party), then an ipad2 charger, still no reaction. I tried to also plug into the pc I sync and back it up to with the same result.
When i plug my iphone in the charger it shows the lighting bolt to says it charging and then it changes to the plug sign to say its fully charged when it isent the charger is brand new i even tryied it on my laptop but still had the same problem the battery also tends to drain very quickley with everything off i tried resotring it but did nothing the phone is about 2 years old
Last night my phone was working with ease as it allways has. I got up this morning to charge my phone which had died while i was sleeping. I went to 10 different plugs and used 5 different cables but none would work (also my itunes is not saying i have my phone pluged in)
I've checked for lint in the dock and neither liquid sensor is tripped. I've tried three different cables, three different outlets, two different wall chargers, as well as trying through my MBP. I also tried a forced restart in case there was some juice on reserve, even though it was at just 2% last time I had it on. My computer also doesn't even recognize it plugged in. I tried the same cables and chargers and outlets and my computer with my iPad2, and there's no problem there.
I have an Early 2011 17" MBP, (10.7.4), and my iPhone 4S charges just fine when plugged directly into any of it's (3) USB ports. However I am having no luck getting it to charge, (or be recognized by iTunes for that matter), through a powered Belkin 7-port USB 2.0 hub, (model F5U237.) While it would be nice for this to just work, I would also like to hear from anyone with suggestions for a different USB hub, that does consistently charge their iPhone. I have read cases with people who have to plug and unplug their usb hubs, or power supply, to get them to work.If I were interested in this scenario, I'd just keep doing what I am already doing, --swapping out USB's from my MBP. I am simply looking for a totally reliable solution, that never needs such nonsense to work consistently.