1. Make sure that the charger you’re using is working properly. You can test this by using a different charger or by trying to charge another device with the same charger.
  2. Check the charging port on your phone to make sure it’s free of debris or lint that could be blocking the connection.
  3. Try a different cable, it might be possible that your cable is damaged.
  4. Restart your phone, sometimes a simple reboot can fix charging issues
  5. Check the battery level of your phone and make sure it’s not fully charged. Sometimes, when a phone’s battery is already fully charged, it may not accept a charge.
  6. Check your phone’s charging settings, make sure it’s set to charge when plugged in.
  7. If your phone has a removable battery, try removing and reinserting it.

If none of these steps work, the issue may be with the charging port or the battery itself and you may need to seek the help of an expert. In some cases, the problem might be covered by the warranty of the phone.

It’s worth noting that some phones may be damaged if charge for too long, and it can shorten the battery’s life-span. it is best to unplug it from charging when it’s already full.

At Dr. Phonez we do offer same day diagnostics services for free.

If you’re still having issues with charging your device please visit or call Dr. Phonez near you.

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