If your smartphone or tablet charging port is malfunctioning, read on for help troubleshooting help.
Charging Port Problems
The charging ports are easy to damage, the continuous connection and pulling the conductor cord can be difficult on the port and may lead to moving, bending or damaging the internal components and sometimes a dropped phone can also cause charging problems, if your phone or mobile device stops charging Correctly, there are some things you can do to troubleshoot and try to fix the problem.
Troubleshoot charging port issues
The charging port may be dirty or dusty, which will obstruct the connection. Try using a can of compressed air to remove debris from inside the port. If this does not help, it may need further cleaning. Turn off the device, remove the battery and use a small amount of rubbing alcohol or contact cleaner to clean. Inside the port very carefully, use a piece of paper dipped in alcohol that does not overuse any liquid in the port itself.
You may also use the wrong charger Are you using the charger that came with the device? Some devices have specific power requirements that other chargers do not meet even when they physically “fit” the charging port on your device.
Often times the tension clamps on the connector at the end of the charging wire become too low and raising the wire clips slightly with a sewing needle and a gentle touch can solve the problem.
Repair your charging port
If you have tried cleaning, troubleshooting and repair routinely but are still experiencing issues with the charging port, let us evaluate the problem with a free diagnosis, bring the device to a CPR cell phone repair shop and an experienced technician will evaluate the problem and give you an estimate of the time and cost to repair the charging port.