My I-phone is dead. won't start or charge battery Info:iPhone 3G, Windows XP, replacement phone will not sync
My iphone 4s battery ran out yesterday so I put it on charge and now it won't turn on Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1.1
How to start my I phone again because on last battery empty its not starting again after charging several time.� This is the IMEI : 358691055333482.� Info: iPhone 5s, iOS 7.1.2
I updated my blackberry last Wednesday with the latest OS (7.1), and since then, my phone won't hold a charge. I started noticing it on Thursday, and it's progressively gotten worse.A full charge will last only about 4 hours.I've changed the battery out for a new one, but to no avail. The phone won't hold a charge.It will, however, still charge with either battery (the old and the new), and after it's charged (after being totally dead) it will turn on, andit will connect to Blackberry desktop software.
It has a been over a year when my iphone battery drained to 0, and when it happened again few days ago; my iPhone won't turn back on or even charge I've tried to reset, pressing both buttons,....... but the iphone doesn't response, so I thought that it's might be the battery. I put the battery of my sister's iPhone (same model) and it works ! So I waited for it to discharge with the new battery and the same problem happened!
If I do a factory rest will my internal battery calibration be reset? I'm asking because I have a seidio 3500mah battery and it won't fully charge in the phone. I'm wondering if starting fresh(factory reset) and a fully charged battery will re calibrate the charging settings to this battery. Will this work?
So I understand that the iPad needs more power to charge than an iPhone, hence the different charger. My iPad will charge when connected to my computer via USB (albeit slowly, and only when sleeping).But so I was traveling recently, and only wanted to take one charger.I got the charging screen, with the giant green battery, and it made the little 'clink!' connected noise. The battery icon in the upper right showed a lightning bolt. I left it plugged in overnight (I started out with about 75% charge). By morning, the giant green battery still showed about 75% charge. **BUT**- the battery icon in the corner showed a plug (=charged) instead of a lightning bolt (=charging).I repeated this the next night, so it is not just a fluke. So I can't tell-Did it charge and the big green battery icon showing no change is wrong?Or did it NOT charge, and the little plug icon was wrong?And more than that- why did it do this??!Why would my iPad charger not charge my iPhone??
My iPhone 5 is 2 years old.� I never recharge unless it's less than 50%.� I've had no problems until a month or so ago.� Now when I plug it in, there is no green battery ding or no green battery showing it's accepting a charge.� Could it be the charge attachment line?� Sometimes I take it out and turn it over and try it again and sometimes that works and sometimes it doesn't.� If I keep playing with it long enough so far I've been able to get it to start charging. Info: iPhone 5, iOS 7.1.2
When I plug in my fiances iPhone it shows that it is charging, the green battery shows up, the battery icon on the top of the screen has a little plug in it just like it's charging but the battery level keeps dropping. I have already restarted the phone, I performed a basic reset and I just finished wiping and reseting the phone to factory settings. (btw, this problem started showing up last night and she updated her iPhone to 5.1.1 two days ago.)
Every time I charge my iPhone 4 with the Apple iPhone Charger (5 W) I get this gooey substance inside the dock connector of the device itself and on the charger. This started almost a week ago. The substance does not smell of rust or anything. The device itself is half a year old, never had contact with water, never ran too hot and was never dropped. It does run quite hot under heavy load and while being charged, however judging from many many forum posts that's a regular thing for the iPhone 4/4S. It behaves normally, charges normally and holds its charge just like you would expect from a regular iPhone 4. I don't think this is battery related as it only appears to happen when I'm charging the device (why would the battery only leak when being charged?). However, except for the polymer gel inside the battery, there's nothing else inside the device that could possibly leak. Info: iPhone 4, iOS 5.1
I am using Lenovo T500 laptop for last 2 years. yesterday suddenly its battery stop charging and a red light of battery start continuously blinking. i have read many forum for charging solution and found one solution, i press the power button for 30 sec and then insert battery and charger cable. With this trick battery start charging but after 2 hours battery again stop charging. Till now battery is not charging......
I had an earlier post...that solution worked for a day or two.Now, BB won't charge at all. -it appears that BB is draining the battery from a full charge battery after unplugging and powering on....w/out any use of unit. -the red LED light comes on after plugging via a/c charge. After about 10 seconds, the LED light goes out...and indication that it's not charging. -Battery is a new battery, and is completely dead. -overall, it appears that unit starts a charge, then just stop charging. -I have removed and reinstalled battery several times after a charge start...it will charge for
my iPhone 4S charge slow and drains battery fast
Basically yesterday the battery charging light started flashing 4 orange then 1 white, and when I booted up it would say that the battery is not at an optimal running tempreture It wouldn't the charge the battery but once I started using it and got the battery to about 90% charge then plugged it in it would start charging with no issues till it was 99% charged
I bought this phone for my son for Christmas and despite having it on charge for a few hours it still shows that there's 56% battery charge then once you unplug the charger the phone won't turn on, completely dead! Tried to check software but when I plug it into laptop it just says device unplugged, the only time I got it to recognise it it was unable to find device driver software. Must admit its completely put me off this phone before we've started, I champion Nokia all the time but wish I'd bought him an iPhone now!!
a few days ago I bought my SE X10 mini pro.I now have a problem with my battery. A few hours ago, my battery level was around 35% A few hours later, it remained at 35% indication.Since this couldn't be correct, i restarted the phone. Now, my battery indication was 100%. False again.I turned the phone off. It wouldn't restart.I tried the 'flash device method' by holding back button and putting in computer USB. No help.I tried SEUS. After that, phone switched back on, with false battery indication back to 100%, which is impossible.I noticed that during all this 'fun stuff', my battery refuses to charge. The LED indicator remains green without flashing, the settings screen doesnt say 'charging'. I know that the phone won't charge below 95% battery.So, the phone thinks the battery is 100%, therefore won't charge, and I'm pretty screwed, especially since I fear that once my battery drops dead, the phone won't be able to charge ever since it will think its 100% full...
My iPhone 4 suddently won't charge anymore nor get recognized by iTunes it's a hardware issue but not sure which part. Sympthoms: iPhone 4 not charging via USB connected to Windows PC, Macbook Pro iPhone 4 not charging via wall charger iPhone 4 not being recognized by iTunes in all my computers (tried in 2 Windows PCs, a Macbook Pro) iPhone 4 not being even recognized as some device, It's like it never was connected. At this moment I have no remaning battery charge so the phone can't be turned on. Before battery was drained, I tried to reset my phone, turn it off/on again, remore all settings (through the phone, because I can't do it through iTunes) None of this worked. So, I guess it has something to do with the iPhone dock connector.. Info: iPhone 4, iOS 5.1
My 4 month 5s wont charge the charging symbol has a little bit of red in it and it keeps flashing on and of in the battery symbol Info: iPhone 5s
My iphone 3g keeps freezing and then won't shut off. I have to let the battery run down for it to shut off. After I put a charge back in it it will be fine for awhile! It 1st started when I was on Facebook and now it does it on phone calls after about 5 min. I restored it but that didn't help it! Info: iPhone 3G
My iphone 4s battery was dead, so I replaced a battery bought over internet. Now when I charge the phone ( using usb cable plugged to the power outlet on the wall) on right top corner it displays "battery is charged" (battery icon with a plug) but % of charge remains at 5%. Info: iPhone 4, iOS 5.1.1
All of a sudden my iPhone 4s won't hold a charge. Without use the entire battery is gone in 4 hours. The phone is one month old and had been working fine until two days ago. I have seen the suggestion to wipe it clean and start over. Is that necessary? Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1
I have iphone 5 ,my battery indicator doesn't get working,when I am charging my iphone it says 4% charging in lock screen and my battery indicator at red level. And I have charged for more than 2 hours,but the indicator and percentage are still in the same level.But my phone has been charged,since I can use my phone for nearly 1 and half day with that same level.If I restart my phone ,the indicator and percentage are changed .I am weird with this condition. Because I don't know when will my iphone goes down.
Today when I tried to charge my battery it wouldn't hold the charge. I would plug the charger in and it would say charging, but the moment I pulled the charger out the battery died. I left it on all last with the charger in it, and it still wouldn't hold the charge. Is my phone just broken and won't charge any battery, or is my battery dead? I only had the phone for about a year.
On Saturday I dropped my iPhone 3GS in water. I kept it in rice until yesterday (Monday) and it started working again. The only problem is that it will not hold a charge. When charging, it takes 3-5 minutes for the battery to go up one percent. It also dies very fast. I had 100% battery and thirty minutes later I looked down and it was it 30%. Info: iPhone 3GS, iOS 5.1
My iphone went shut down, still with 79% battery charge and will not turn on. Info: iPhone 4, iOS 5.1.1
How many hours does it need for a "first-time" charge of an iphone 4S battery? Info: iPhone 4S
My Phone won't charge, I've tried different positions, taking the battery out and in. It started like a week ago when i charged it to 95% and it stoppped. I left it on charge (turned off as it often doesn't register the charger whilst it's on) and in the morning it had lost all it's battery. I now can't recharge it.
My iPhone 4S won't charge or connect to pc. I've tried several cables, power adapters and pc's and nothing helps. I also tried connecting other iPhones and iPads and they worked well. Also when my iPhone is off it can charge. Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1, iPhone won't charge when on
My HP 250 laptop is barely 6 months, a few hours ago I shut it down, and just when I tried to power it again it won't come on,the little light close to the charging port that indicates if the laptop is charging won't even blink, I've tried several stuffs like: removing the battery, and connecting the charger directly,I also removed the ram and put it back. Now my laptop isn't charging, with or without the battery, and it won't power on. Its just completely dead, what could be the problem.
My iPhone 3gs is working rightly when i bought it. but now some issue related to battery is concerned and when i am playing game or using multiple apps the iPhone was crashed at even 80 or 90% batteryand after when i try to restart it sometime it starts normally and show me 78 or 88% battery ...but sometime it directly shows charging option and saw a red battery image and when i charge it after 5 - 10 minutes it starts and show around 85 or 95% battery .....so this is my problem specially this happend on camera and games. so is it the problem of battery or any parts in iPhone? Info: iPhone 3GS, iOS 4.2
Phone won't turn on. Doesn't show 'battery' when plugged in to charge. It was in my holster, next to my body. It had 90% charge when I put it on. 5 hrs later I found it off, and it won't turn on. What do I do? Info: iPhone 4S
hi my blackberry torch won't start up. i downloaded the new blackberry messenger after installing the latest update. It asked me for a reboot and then all of a sudden my blackberry won't start up. If i run it in safe mode i see battery charging for about 10 seconds and then battery with a red cross in the middle all over again.
The battery was replaced after a fault of the battery going flat ( so I was told ) and would not re-charge and the phone will not work or respond to any buttons.After 3 days of operating and after fully charging the battery then running it down and charging it again it has happened again. The battery shows up when the unit is put on charge but it stays showing with the thin red line at the bottom of the battery. Info: iPhone 3G, iOS 4.1
My battery was at 100%, but I unplugged it for about 15 minutes while I was still working and it was at 96%. I plugged it back in, but it won't charge. It says battery is charged instead of __ until charged. Why won't it charge, and why does it die so fast? Screen brightness is all the way down and I'm only using firefox and word.
I recently bought a 2G iphone that was upgraded to a 3.0.I was trying to reset the phone to the original factory settings. I didn't realize that the phone doesn't charge while doing this and partway through the reset the battery died. Now the phone won't charge, won't boot up, nothing. I took it to an ATT store and they couldn't help either.
Led doesn't blink and screen doesn't light up, computer won't recognize (Jlcmder, MFI 1.8, DM 4.7, Crackutil, apploader /nojvm). Tried with and without battery. The only thing that does is charge battery (I left a battery charging overnight in the dead phone and use it in another phone and it is fully charged). Led does not do anything even while charging the battery.
My Acer Aspire 5860 is a great laptop. Other than the power issue I am having. It is just over a year old ( out of warranty) It won't power up from the battery ( which is still in good condition, hardy used) I bought a new battery, just in case ( it is charged and is new) The battery will charge in the laptop, but won't run from the battery.
my iphone battery died and now it wont turn it all it shows is the charging screen with a lighting bolt i left it on my wall charger for 45 mins and still had not turned on so i plugged it in my laptop for another 45 mins and still not turned on i tried restoreing it but the computer wont recognise the iphone i tried holding down the home and power button and the screen went black then took me back to the charging screen there are no signs of it charging do i need to replace my battery Info: iPhone 3G, iOS 4.2
Since upgrading to Snow Leopard on my 2009 MacBook Pro, my iPhone stops charging mid-charge when connected by USB to the MacBook. It also drops off the menu in iTunes. iTunes finds the phone when started and sync's just fine. But when I leave the phone connected to charge, I often come back and find the phone doesn't show the lightning bar in battery symbol and wakes up to my phone's wallpaper instead of the big battery symbol. If I unplug and re-plug the USB, it starts charging again. Don't see that any phone calls came in during the charging. Doesn't always happen. So I'm stumped. Information: iPhone 3Gs iPhone OS 3.0.1 MacBook Pro with Snow Leopard
When I connect my iPhone 4S (iOs 5.1) by USB to my iMac (Os X 10.6.8), it won't show up anymore in iTunes/iPhoto/Finder and the battery won't charge either. It used to work, but now it doesn't. I have the latest versions of all the relevant software and I tried every trick I could find on the fora. What can I do next? Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1
i have a battery issue with my iphone 5 after the 8.1.1 upgrade. The phone started to shut down at 20-30% battery. Then i try a restore. Then i saw a post by Lawrence Finch advising to drain out all the battery and wall charge it for 4 hours. I did. It was almost one hour charging to turn back on. This changed the behavior and it kind did solve the problem because after this i saw my battery going 100 to 1% in 8-10 hours without any over use. NOW the situation is when arrived to 1% it stucked there. Im on full bright, wifi on, 7 apps open (facebook, minions game, etc) and it won't turn off. Info: iPhone 5, iOS 8.1.1
I have been using my iPhone 4S for a few months and was working perfectly until two days ago I have been noticing battery charge issues. I use my iPhone for calls and emails - I am not a huge user and don't have too many apps on it. THis is the second day in a row when I have been charging my battery twice at night and in the morning when I wake up. I expect the battery will run out today as well before 6 p.m. Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1.1
My macbook pro won't charge again or even start up if it runs out of battery power, so I use my wife's power cable it charges and starts .. I have to charge it with her's for 20 min, then I can use mine and it works fine .. Info: MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)
Can I charge my iPhone 4 with an iPad charger? The iPhone charger charge with 1.0 Amp whereas the iPad chargere is charging with 2.1 Amp; does this higher charge intensity overheats the iPhone battery or could this reduce the livetime of the iPhone? Info:iPhone 4
I charge my iphone at least 2 times in a day. I have an iphone 4s running 5.1 and I am so disappointed because my my battery keeps draining even if I am not using my iphone, seriously im thinking in replacing the battery. I charge my iphone to 100% 20min later without using it 80%. Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1
I have an iPad wi-fi 64 gb. and so far I am loving it. My question is about the battery of the iPad. During my daily use, I can use my iPad while it is charged (i.e., it is connected to the wall charger while charged 100%). Does it lengthen or shorten the battery life of the iPad? From the new MacBook pros, I know that you should use them on the charger as much as you can since there is a chip in the battery that regulates the ampere level so that even if it is on charge the battery is not being charged and it won't get old. Does the same thing applies to iPad? Or if I am trying to use it on charge, am I shortening it's battery life? Information: iPad wi-fi 64 gb. iPhone OS 3.1.3 None.
I know that keeping a battery on charge after it is fully charged can decrease its battery life by 30%, but I also know that Apple's batteries automatically stop charging when they have reached 100%, wait till the battery drops to 97%, and then start charging again. I need to know if the battery life will degrade if I keep the laptop on charge...
Firstly i have a MacBook 10.4.11 that is somewhere between 2 and 3 years old. I have had no problems with the Mac up until yesterday. Yesterday i was charging my Mac and everything was fine but i noticed that the MagSafe Adapter was lit up Green, even when unplugged from my Mac. I shrugged it off until this morning when i realised that when i unplug my adapter the Mac just turns off and won't turn back on until i plug the adapter back in. I have seen different threads about it being a battery problem or a charger problem but i am not sure where to start as most of the threads say that their Battery Icon on the Mac screen has a black "X" through it. Mine just has the Forks in the battery icon and where it would have a Time or % of what is left in the Battery, it just has a (Calculating...) and when i click to see how much it has charged, it says 0% I also downloaded Coconut Battery and here is what it says: Current Battery Charge: 0 mAh Maximum Battery Charge : 5093 mAh 0% Current Battery Capacity: 5093 mAh Original Battery Capacity: 5020 mAg 100%
I'm recently having a problem with the charging behavior of my 9300. I leave it to charge and it starts normally then I go back to it I find the sign of the plug on the battery indicator while the battery isn't fully charged yet. I pull out the plug and replug it again and still I get the plug sign on the battery. I did a battery pull out and plugged again, now what it does is that it starts charging and the battery flashes for about 30 seconds then it stops and I get the plug sign for 30 seconds. Then it starts flashing and charging again then stops. I normally charge my phone overnight so I hardly monitor the charging behavior. The only 2 times I monitored this happened. Also noticed that the phone is extra warm. So is all this normal? Us anyone having the same? Does it stop charging when it hears and starts again when it cools?
My last iPhone started having some battery issues about a year after owning it.With the iPhone 4, is it safe to charge the phone every night despite how far into draining the battery it is? Or should I always try to run the battery down if possible?
My phone is completely dead and it won't charge. Thought it was the cable so I went and bought a new one. Still isn't charging. I've tried cleaning out the port, still nothing... I charged it the other day and it worked fine. Until it died, now it shows that lightning thing and the red battery flashing... Info: iPhone 5s
Bold 9780 battery drained completely (overnight) and when I went to charge it again it won't turn on. I tried charging it overnight and still nothing, I have also tried another fully charged battery and that won't work. My Desktop manager software doesn't detect it. Just before it died I had actually transferred all of the data onto a new blackberry and the software said I could now wipe my device but I didn't bother yet.
Charging my 5S IOS 8.1.1 and Siri starts talking. Info: iPhone 5s, iOS 8.1.1, Charging it and Siri starts talking
I updated my phone to the latest firmware update through Zune and now the battery won't charge up past 2%. I then restored the backup and the phone charges up fine but when I install the updates again the battery just won't charge?
My D620 suddenly stopped working with an AC adaptor, won't charge the battery, won't operate without the battery. I have several AC adaptors and none of them work now. However, when docked the ac works fine and the battery charges with no issue.
In the past week, my phone has started dying at 20-30%. When I plug it in to charge, it starts charging at the same charge it died at. Will a restore in iTunes help that, or do I just need to replace the battery or phone? Or, will updating to iOS 5.1.1 help that (I am running at 5.1)? Info: iPhone 4, iOS 5.1
anyone else noticed this? what's up with that??when the battery fully dies and i plug it in to the charger-no lights or anything. won't charge. when i pull the battery and put it back in, it starts charging again.
My blackberry torch 9810, switched off after having a low battery, i put it to charge, but the red light keeps (blink....blink blink blink) but it won't charge nor power up, i have tried connecting it to my pc the pc won't even detect it and the read light keeps blinking.Idid my research at crackberry.com and saw a software update would solve the issue, but i cannot update it using the desktop software because the pc won't recognize it. I tried removing the battery then connecting it to the pc but still its not recognized what could be wrong.
iPhone 5 won't turn on unless plugged in. Then when plugged in goes onto the charging screen, then tries to turn on and the apple start up logo appears, then repeats. Is 14 months old. Its 16g and nothing will make it respond if not turned on Info: iPhone 5, iOS 7.0.4, iPhone 5 not charging
Start of with a topic what was published many times before, only not the same as in my situation. The crazy thing is, at every startup from Windows the battery icon runs the charge bar 5 times, and than it stops. At pointer it says: 0% available ( on main supply, battery is being charged) However, this does never change. Nomatter how long it charges. BatteryBar does the same thing: Procent 0,0 % Capacity 0mWh of 43.568 mWh Battery unknown (charging) Charge 0 mW Full time 1:17 Main supply connected battery waist 18,2% of 53.280 mWh
My Curve charges just fine except for when it dies completely. For the third time my phone has died and I have been unable to get it to charge. I have bought a new battery, charger and taken the battery out and hard set it to the point that I have a blister on my finger.connected the phone to my PC...won't recognize the phone because it won't turn on run some loading program....won't recognize determined there to be no water damage verified that my charger is fine
i am now on my 2nd iphone 3g as the first one had the same symptoms as my new one. my iphone ran out of battery and went dead. i plugged the charger in and the iphone displayed the charging electricity bolt and the red battery with a small amount of charge (charging from mains) i charged both phones overnight but they still displayed the red battery sign in the morning. i attempted to reboot using the home + on off button until the apple sign usually appears but this did not work and the same battery icon appears. attempted to connect to itunes but itunes will not see the phone. have tried multiple chargers and the PC to charge but will not charge. the first time this happened i was with the first 30 days of my contract so the phone was replaced by 02. has anyone else seen this and has anyone fixed this Information: dual core Windows Vista
battery will not hold charge for more than 4hrs.case gets very hot phone is only 4mo.old Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1
I brought a HP Pavilion laptop from ebay quite a while ago now, the only problem listed was that the battery didn't work. The laptop worked fine for months and then it started to crash, when it crashed I couldn't do anything, the mouse wouldn't move and none of the keys would work either so all I could do was hold the power button in to shut it down. The charge light seems to flash just before the laptop crashes. I thought the problem might of been with the battery so I brought a new battery for the laptop. It still wouldn't recognise there was a battery plugged in, sometimes it won't have a red cross on the battery but will say "plugged in but not charging". I have noticed now that when the laptop does crash if I unplug the charger for a second and plug it back in (as the charge doesn't hold on the battery) the laptop will start working again. I was thinking the problem may lie with the charger or the bit inside the laptop the charger plugs into.
I recently starting streaming internet radio at work, while connected to a docking station, an iHome 19P, and a LogicTech Pure Fi Anywhere. After several hours, the phone's battery dies no matter what charging device I use, but it is constantly connected to power. Do the radio apps drain more power than a charging devices (as noted above)provide, or is my battery damaged? Should I not steam internet radio all day? Information: iPhone 3G Windows XP
Is there a way to get the current battery status of the device (battery level and if the battery is currently charging). The only way I found so far is by using a Broadcast receiver to "listen" for battery status changes. Is there a way to get the battery status using a direct API call? I my case, I would like to check if the battery has sufficient charge (or is being currently charged) before starting the download of some (potentially large) files.
Ever since I've downloaded the iOS update, the battery drains much faster.� When I turned on my iPhone 5, even when it's at 90% and after a minute or so, it drops to half or sometimes to 30%.� Then after using a camera to take a picture or to do nothing, my iPhone unexpectedly shuts off and says I need to recharge it.� Sometimes after five minutes or so, I turn it on with no problem or when I plug it in to charge it, the battery would say 30 or so percent charge.� Even if I have background apps that are turned off, the battery still drains like crazy.�
I Had a new battery installed in my iPhone 5 today and the battery charge has not increased at all. Still at 16% the same as it was when I got it back 3 hours ago. Is it's to be expected or do I need to return to the Apple store? Info: iPhone 5, iOS 7.1.2, New battery not increasing charge
4s won't respond to a connection of charging or computer connection Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.0.1
I have read about Macbook Pro batteries from apple.com. I use to talk to many people and ask about batteries which brought me upto this confusion.�Well, my question is, should i charge macbook pro when it's battery is completely drained or it's okay to charge at any time as long as it's not at 100%?�For example, I wanna start charging it while its 60% and make it to 100% or Don't charge it until battery reaches to 5 or 10 percent. Info: MacBook Pro (13-inch Late 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4)
My phone won't charge when I'm using it & also keeps turning itself off and on, why? Info: iPhone 5, iOS 7.1.1
my iphone just turned off randomly and it was charged and now it won't turn back on
I'm getting a ton more time out of the batteries charged in the wall charger but I have noticed the batteries won't charge in the phone via USB. Anyone else have this problem? I like the extra time but not being able to charge in anything except the wall isn't that great. Guess i'll just use them as backup batteries.
If you encounter the thing that the Nokia N8 won't charge and worst, if the battery was drained and the N8 shutted down and won't charge or power on, try the following steps. 1. Connect the charger supplied with the N8 to other compatible Nokia phones, like E72 like I did. 2. Wait for the other device (E72) to start charging. 3. After it starts charging, remove the charger from it (E72). 4. Now, try to charge the N8 using the supplied charger that you used with the other device previously (E72). 5. Wait for the N8 to charge or start. 6. DONE!
I have an acer laptop and it has been working great for the past year but now my battery won't charge to 100%. This only happened recently and my laptop is plugged in for awhile but it'll only read to 80%, 2 weeks later; 53% and now its only 28%. The thing is.. my laptop IS charged. when i unplug it, I get my usually lifespan of the battery before i have to plug it in again to recharge and it only charges to x% again. I've tried "draining" my battery and letting it charge again but it won't charge to 100%. Is there anything I can do to make my laptop read my battery correctly again. *I should add its an Acer Aspire with a 6-cell Li-ion battery and this is the only problem I've had thus far with my laptop
I just got an iPhone 4 a week back. I took a call today and post that my phone has shut down on its own. If I put it on charge, there is no sign of charging and moreover the battery was full. How to resolve this. My iPhone 4 has suddenly shut without any notification. The battery was also full. Info: iPhone 4 (8GB), iOS 5.1
I returned my iphone 4s on Saturday for a new one because the camera on the old one won't work. I came home and synced and updated the new one. The new one will not hold a charge from fully charged for more than 3 hours. The upgrades to the new phone took over an hour. Why won't the new phone hold a charge? Info:iPhone 4S
I want to know EXACTLY how i should charge my iphone 4s. So far i have been setting my alarm to wake me up so i can disconect my phone to prevent overcharging. Is it okay if i use my laptop to charge my phone everyday, will using my laptop harm my battery,note my laptop must be charging also in order for it to charge my phone. If i leave my phone pluged into my laptop does my phone overcharge or does it stop charging when it reches 100%. and will leaving it plugged in affect my battery in anyway? I have read that lithium batteries dont overcharge but i also read soemthing that said it will mess up your batter, and is it true that fully discharging it and fully charging all the time is bad? and i heard that i should partialy charge it sometimes not to kill battery life? Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1.1
I just purchased an iPhone 3Gs from the Apple store on Wednesday (May 23rd)On Thursday my battery drained so fast I had to charge it by 7pm that night. I started my day at 9am with it fully charged. Why is it doing this and how can I change it? Replace it? Info: iPhone 3GS, iOS 5.1.1
I bought my friends iPhone 3GS 16 gb and since I got it I have had to turn off the phone and then plug it in to start charging it otherwise it wouldn't charge. I thought it was a battery problem so I bought a battery and replaced it. This did nothing, I still had to power off the phone to get it to start charging so I ordered a new charging port with the speaker mic and antenna in one unit. I didn't change it out and just kept turning off the phone to start charging it. Just recently I did this and when I woke up the phone was at 9% so I tried another cord then another power source nothing worked. The phone will show the dead battery and can tell when it's pluged in but won't charge. I could go onto iTunes and do the restore but it still won't charge. I replaced the dock port on the phone and it made no difference. I also tried holding the reset and power button for 10 sec. Info: iPhone 3GS, iOS 5.0.1
So my iPhone 4S has the charging block and says it is charging but after about 6 hours it still won't turn on. I've used different charges including docking station and I have ao tried to connect it to my laptop to do a restore but iTunes won't detect it. It didn't get wet and I've not had this problem previously.� I've tried to do the hard reset (home and sleep button). Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 7.1
I never had the battery drain problem with my iPhone 4S but recently over the past month at least my battery seems to have degraded abnormally quickly, not the battery drain some had, but as in its simply not holding as much charge anymore & I got it on Oct 26, 2011.. if anything I would guess its abound 82% of its total capacity ALREADY & going by Apple's battery tips on their site it should be at 80% total capacity after 400 charge/discharge cycles, im lucky to have gone past 140 of those at best (was trying to count then lost the count). I have always followed proper battery care tips, the once a month full charge/discharge, dont let it get hot, leave out of sun etc. I still have the regular warrenty till Oct 26, 2012, would Apple replace my battery for no charge? If so I would want to do this soon before the warrenty is up.. This is concerning after just over 6 months my battery has less capacity than my 3GS did after 1 year of use.. & im a light/moderate user. Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1.1
I am worried about my battery, I was told that i had to charge it for 12 hour in a row before I started using my Iphone 4s is. Is it true? What if i didn't do it? Info: iPhone 4S, iOS 5.1, Battery
The cause is not a mystery - 4 year old daughter, cup of water, you get the picture. Swapped the hard drive and the MacBook works fine, has for a few months but we have a very strange issue with the battery. The computer does not recognize the battery (X in the battery symbol on the menu bar), it will not charge the battery and if you unplug the computer while it's awake it will shut down. But, if you put the computer to sleep and you have a charged battery (charged by an outside source) connected you can unplug it for as long as the battery has a charge, then just plug it back in and open it up and it wakes up right away. This is not recovering from hibernation, it's waking up. Can anyone think of why the Macbook won't run off the battery or charge the battery but will use the battery when it's in sleep mode? Information: 15" MacBook Pro Mac OS X (10.5.8)
ust out of curiousity apple's iphone has a non removable battery, but if the battery needs to be replaced due to end of life (most cellphone batteries last about a year, maybe a little longer before it dosn't hold its charge as well) apple charges 80 dollars to have a new battery installed by them into your phone. Does motorola offer something simular? Or do we just have to get a new device once the battery is dead?
I know the iPhone battery isn't that great and most people on here charge over night. I charge over night, at work, later when I get home, then again at night ( prob down to 60%). should I limit the number of charges to save the long term life of the battery or can the battery take it?
The BB I've had for several months won't charge from the wall charger all of a sudden. The plug symbol next to the battery shows when I first plug it in, then it disappears and the battery won't charge.
The battery is dead after 2.5 years. Charge it for a day, remove the power cord and the laptop won't start. I don't know if I should go for a new battery or new cells? Also, how do I open the battery the easiest way? I'd like to see if someone else have done it before I do, I guess there's a lot of glue in it that makes it difficult to open.
I went on crucial to check how many ram slots I have and it said I have two long story short there was no second ram slot and I should have not to try to take off my keyboard now it won't start I took out the battery charged it and what knot but it still won't start.
I have an Acer Aspire Laptop, and since mid-June the battery has decided that it won't charge fully, 40-45% at most. I have left it charging overnight many times but that won't do anything.I've heard that I need to run the battery down completely, then run on whatever 'juice' the laptop has left in it until that has completely emptied aswell.