I was looking for another problem I'm having, but I have to share what I did on my grand kids tablets. After a metric ton of research, if you have a loose connection when you plug up to charge, find something small and sharp (I used a steak knife). On your device (Not Cable!) use the tip of the knife, slowly and very carefully take the tip of the knife, it goes between the outside of the charge port, work it gently around the outer edges of the charger port. Look inside while you are there and make sure the little tang inside is not bent or damaged.
If your device is completely drain dead, plug it up to your computer first. Let it charge there for about an hour. Then you can move it over to your regular charger.
When the battery drains it lets you know when it's time for more juice,no problem. If it gets totally drain dead, it will only charge if your really lucky. The battery needs just a touch of power to kick itself into recharge mode.
Source of research: BatteryUniversity.com
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I used tweezers with pointy ends to pull the pin out a little, the pin was straight up when looking into the port. Then a bent staple to get behind it and pull down from the top of the pin. then tweezers with wide ends to flatten the pin down. One tweezer end over the top of the pin and the other end outside of the phone.
von M Alkey
My son's Samsung a won't charge I've had it to a shop and they said it can't be fixed aa you can't take the screen off easily, so would be cheaper to buy a new phone is this true.
von Dionne Morgan
Sorry that was supposed to say Samsung A3
von Dionne Morgan
Just google 'Samsung A3 repair' and dozens of YouTube demos will come up showing you what you can do. Don't believe the repair shop people. Here's one for starters ... https://www.youtube.co/watch?v=LV6cV_G6b...
First try charging by plugging into a lapto for about an hour, if the battery had been completely drained. (as suggested by a previous post)
The teeth of my port in my Android tablet were all CRUSHED! Like nothing left. Can it be fixed or must I buy a new one?
von Forrest Perkins
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