7 ways to fix charging issues on your Android device

A Window to the World – It can be cumbersome when your phone dies, but it becomes a lot more stressful when plugged in and you find that it won’t charge.

When this happens with Android phones, it could be for several different reasons. There might be an external problem, such as a bad power outlet or a damaged charging cable. It could also be an internal issue like a software glitch.

Accordingly, you will likely have to try a few different troubleshooting methods until the issue is resolved.

How to fix your Android phone when it is not charging
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If you find that your Android phone suddenly won’t charge, here are seven potential fixes that you can try for yourself.

Try a different power outlet
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Before you assume that something is wrong with your technology, make sure it’s not the port your Android device is connected to. It could have been turned off, or it might have detonated an electrical circuit.

Check the charging cable for your Android device
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Charger cables go through a lot. It is wrapped, unwrapped, bent, worn out, pushed into bags and pockets. It’s easy for them to wear over time, and eventually they break completely.

Check the charging cable for any wear or damage to the cord. Also look at both ends, making sure nothing is stuck inside, and nothing is bending out of shape.

If so, try a different cable if you have one.
Test the wall adapter for your Android device
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If there’s no fault with the cable, the charger might still be the problem. Look at the wall adapter and make sure the cable is fully plugged into the outlet. If this is not the problem, then check it back to make sure that nothing is stuck inside and that none of the pieces are bent.

If you don’t see anything wrong with it then test your charge with a different adapter or if you don’t have a spare then connect the cable to your computer. If your phone starts to charge then the adapter is to blame.

Check the charging port of the Android device
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Our phones are everywhere with us, and they are subject to a lot of wear and tear, including small things like dust and crumbs. So take a look at the phone’s charging port and make sure neither is there. If anything, you can clean it with a can of compressed air.

You should also make sure that the port itself is not aligned. If it looks like this, you can try to fix it with a safety pin, but it is highly recommended that you take it instead

To repair center to fix it professionally.

Try to restart your Android phone
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May your problems not be so serious. It could be a simple bug that fixes itself with a quick restart. You might also be running apps or games in the background that drain your battery faster than it can charge. A simple restart should fix this.

To restart your Android device, press and hold your phone’s power button until the power menu appears. Then select “Restart” to restart your device automatically.

Try to roll back your Android software
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If you just updated your software and had an old phone then your phone might be charging. It just has to do with the new OS consuming so much of your phone’s battery that it can’t charge fast enough to keep up. It’s also possible that a new software bug may have caused your phone to not charge.

Either way, the solution is to roll back the software update, restart your phone, then see if the charger is working or not. If it does then you may either need to wait for an update bug patch to be released or keep your phone on the old OS until you can get an upgrade.

Replace the battery of your Android phone
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If you go through all of these and none of them fix the problem, your battery most likely has reached its end of life.

If this is the case then you’ve probably also noticed that your phone needs to be charged more and more. Thankfully, on Android devices, this isn’t a big deal. You can easily request a new battery to replace the battery in your phone, and it should charge well.

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