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Question [Q] Issues with charging and mobile networks

I just received my Moto G yesterday (in the UK). I am unable to charge the phone using the cable provided with the phone. Other cables either do not work, or charge improperly (keeps going on and off, rapidly). With a wall charger, the charging is extremely slow, taking over 10 minutes to increase the charge by 1%.

Also, the phone is refusing to connect to my 3G network. I have even tried resetting the access point details. It works fine when it's connected to wifi.

Does anybody else have these issues? Do I need to ask Motorola for a replacement?
 
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i don't have that problem. no issues with battery at all I'm getting about get about 6 hour or more SOT. maybe you may need to replace it

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My Moto G bugs me out when charging sometimes as well, however my issue is different.

When charging it won't go beyond the 1% from wall charger. But it can charge from PC, however the phone gets extremely laggy when charging for some reason.
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Smile Moto G not charging

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My Moto G bugs me out when charging sometimes as well, however my issue is different.

When charging it won't go beyond the 1% from wall charger. But it can charge from PC, however the phone gets extremely laggy when charging for some reason.
got a MOTO G for my wife and we did not have any problems with it for a while until it stopped charging.Tried 5-6 chargers all HTC,SAMSUNG genuine 1Amp some working some not.The ones that were working stopped after a few days.It will charge from PC but it takes to long.

Ordered a charger from ebay and it worked for a day or two and it stopped also.
Any ideas why guys?
 
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got a MOTO G for my wife and we did not have any problems with it for a while until it stopped charging.Tried 5-6 chargers all HTC,SAMSUNG genuine 1Amp some working some not.The ones that were working stopped after a few days.It will charge from PC but it takes to long.

Ordered a charger from ebay and it worked for a day or two and it stopped also.
Any ideas why guys?
Hi no problems with mine I charge it with a 750ma Samsung charger charges absolutely fine I can also charge mine in the car with a 500ma USB adapter and cable. I think your phone is faulty and is burning the chargers out probably better off just getting a replacement.
 
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I just received my Moto G yesterday (in the UK). I am unable to charge the phone using the cable provided with the phone. Other cables either do not work, or charge improperly (keeps going on and off, rapidly). With a wall charger, the charging is extremely slow, taking over 10 minutes to increase the charge by 1%.

Also, the phone is refusing to connect to my 3G network. I have even tried resetting the access point details. It works fine when it's connected to wifi.

Does anybody else have these issues? Do I need to ask Motorola for a replacement?
For the charging issue with "unofficial" cables, you can try the tool in this thread, it may work:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2601628
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