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[Q] HELP!! Nexus 4 cannot get charged!

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1st March 2013, 07:09 AM   |  #1  
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I just got my nexus yesterday, I was too happy and play until power off itself. After that, I can't get it charged! The phone can boot while plugged to wall, and all functions work well. But when disconnected, it will shut down itself. I downloaded battery monitor widget and found that charging current is less than 10mA, sometimes even drops to be negative.
Can anyone help?
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I just got my nexus yesterday, I was too happy and play until power off itself. After that, I can't get it charged! The phone can boot while plugged to wall, and all functions work well. But when disconnected, it will shut down itself. I downloaded battery monitor widget and found that charging current is less than 10mA, sometimes even drops to be negative.
Can anyone help?

well, i am not sure, but give it a 30'-60' charge may solve the problem?
1st March 2013, 07:35 AM   |  #3  
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well, i am not sure, but give it a 30'-60' charge may solve the problem?

Thanks for answering me. But what's a 30'-60' charge?
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try a different chord/charger?
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well, i am not sure, but give it a 30'-60' charge may solve the problem?

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try a different chord/charger?

But using the same charger to charge my desire hd, the current is near 500mA
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