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My Nexus thinks it is constantly charging?

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Lord, help me to find a solution


The situation is very brief: travelling at doubtful countries, and shared your NEX, the socket has occurred or a failure or I don't know what, in General, the phone is switched off and before coming to Russia to join refused. Upon arrival, he still poteryalsya and turned on, everything is in place, BUT appeared another problem: it constantly thinks it is charging. That is, lit the lightning on the battery. Periodically, she disappears for five seconds and then appears again. This could be live, if the life time of the body is not halved. The beef starts when the charge level approaches the level of 20% of the bodies starts yelling to his charge, and then, remembering that he seemed to be in charge, shut up, then yelling again, and so does not sit still drains 20% for a half hour or an hour.


Already tried:

— Replacement working.

— Full reset of settings
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A full reset should be done. But I'm not sure it will help. More options will be if to replace the battery. You can also try to install customerno recovery and using it to do a wipe of the battery. I think in your case is piqued she power Board.
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I had this on the Galaxy. But, I have a young daughter licking in the field of Micro-USB. Disassembled, cleaned the Board with cotton swab with alcohol. After that worked fine.
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A similar thing happened recently with the S+ after the trip bought a strange charge. A week after my arrival the phone was off when any heavy load, in idle mode, turns off the indication of the battery 60-70% (the voltage on the battery with approximately 3.7 V, i.e. RMS), after connecting the charge shows from 10 to 90% arbitrarily, charged to 100% in half an hour. The battery wipe from CWM, restore from an early backup, hardreset not help. The battery is not changed even if you charge a couple of hours, then the voltage at 4.2 V. it puzzled what it could be.
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The same nonsense a week ago, happened with my Galaxy S2.
1) Replaced battery — did not help
2) Hard Reset — did not help
3) clean the socket with alcohol — did not help
4) Flashing on the native Cyanogen 10 — conditionally helped. Phantom stopped charging, but the battery indicator continues to podglyuchivaet: sometimes does not show the charging process, even if he goes, and after the complete (100%) charging if the phone remains on the cable, the screen starts to flicker.
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the same thing happened when the tea flooded your Nexus. Day three could not take it from the wall outlet almost all right now. I just need to lie down
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I had that.
Went to eBay and bought www.ebay.com/itm/Samsung-Galaxy-Nexus-i9250-USB-Charger-Charge-Charging-Dock-Port-Connector-Flex-/190704059979?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2c66d9064b
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Bought www.ebay.com/itm/Replacement-Volume-Button-Flex-Cable-Tool-for-Samsung-i9250-Galaxy-Nexus-KQFC501-/290830315134?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43b6d66e7ebecause I forgot to remove the SIM card and tore the Flex cable of the volume control.
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Buy and change. Do it gently and carefully. If nothing will come off after half an hour he will have new legs and he will run again at the track.
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Good luck.
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