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By 2hipso, Senior Member on 18th January 2014, 01:29 AM
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21st January 2014, 12:13 AM |#11  
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it will do the same, unless they have changed the hardware since that batch.

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yes, but I'll get new Moto G. They will fix the old one and if I want, I should change it back.
 
 
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yes, but I'll get new Moto G. They will fix the old one and if I want, I should change it back.

They won't fix it, save the trouble of sending back for yourself.

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Odd, the same thing happened to me. Just after I unplugged my phone from my pc. Strange...
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Odd, the same thing happened to me. Just after I unplugged my phone from my pc. Strange...

Happened to me: I charged the phone to 85% using a laptop USB then took the phone out to use it, when I came back 30 minutes later I plugged back in to continue charging it dropped to 1% instantly then powered itself off as battery was nearly flat. Reboot phone then plug into laptop and starts charging from 1%.

10 mins later it's about 8% charged and I take phone to car, charge it using a Motorola car USB charger and the phone battery goes back to about 85% instantly.

It seemed to me that using a PC usb socket to charge the phone caused the issues rather than using a 'proper' charger. Maybe others can confirm whether they've had the issue only if using a PC usb port to charge it up?

Mine is UK tesco 8GB Moto G running Kitkat official firmware, not rooted, bl locked and not been flashed other than official software.
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