Why is my battery not charging?
I just tried charging my phone in the wall outlet and nothing is happening. I've never had this problem before, what could be the issue?
Released on June 18, 2013, this Android smartphone features dual SIM card support, a 4.7" 720p display, a quad-core processor, and 2 GB of RAM.
One simple possibility is that your charger is broken - try a different charging cable, just to check.
There also could be dirt or debris stuck in the charging port on the phone itself. Be VERY careful if you try to poke into the port and remove the buildup yourself - you could potentially damage the metal connector pins on the charging port. A better option is to try blowing into the port or using compressed air like dust-off to clean the port.
If the problem persists it is possible that the charging port itself (or those metal connector pins I mentioned earlier) is broken. If this is the case, you can follow one of the help guides to replace it yourself here: Huawei P6-U06 Repair
Troubleshoot your charging problem here: Huawei Ascend P6-U06 Troubleshooting
I just had this problem with a Huawei Y536-A1. An ATT no contract phone. That I want to use for Android programming only, so haven't installed the SIM yet. Only about $45 at Walmart, it's the same size as Apple 5, about 4.5 inches!. They may not have them anymore (I got it Aug 2015, what a deal !.)
It would not charge using a desktop USB port and mini-USB cord that works with other phones.
But the computer did recognize when it was plugged in, and enumerated it, with a beep, and showed the files in the phone memory.
So I pried off the back, starting at the USB jack end, and removed the battery for 10 secs, then put it back and replaced the back.
Now it wouldn't power up with its ON button. So I plugged it into the same USB mini cord again.
This time, it powered up and showed a large battery symbol, and it was charging OK.
So I guess a hardware or software charging control got stuck.
I've had similar charging issues with lots of portable mini-USB devices like my Apple 5. It's often a bad driver in the desktop I guess. I have to re-plug my Apple 5 cord more than once sometimes to get the Apple driver to start charging !
Also- NOTE - you have to plug the USB cord into the computer USB port in one push, once it's centered and sliding in, not slowly, (assuming the other end is already in the phone- be easy on this small connector, go slow.).
This surge of current when the phone is plugged in fast, to the desktop USB port, triggers the USB port to enumerate it.
Sometimes slowly plugging it in does not allow the computer to recognize or charge it ! Believe it or not ! ... an engineer.
1. How long have you've had the phone ?
2. Case To Case Basis ... how you charge it.
3. Yes it's Lithium Ion Battery and usually in this case you can charge it anytime low bat full bat.
However, sometimes when you are charging from Point of Connection to the Charging Circuitry to the Battery. Could be a Flex issue or connection issue inside that's if it's a built in battery. However in this case
seems like the battery has taken it's toll or you just got a lemon. Usually Lithium Ion batteries last 3 years. I have a Lithium Ion battery that lasted me from 2010 - 2017 and it's still charging and working. So
depends on how it's charged. I don't know the history of your charging cycle . Best to give more detailed information. When it was working to the point when it stopped working. Thanks
Answer: Replace Battery to isolate the issue.
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