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Galaxy S4 freezes on charger

2nd June 2014, 06:24 AM   |  #1  
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My Galaxy S4 I9505 freezes completely after charging over night. In the morning I can't turn it on. It's completely unresponsive and the LED lights red constantly even after disconnecting the charger. The only thing that helps i removing the battery and putting it back in. It gets fully charged. I'm currently on latest Omega ROM but had problems before on other ROMs too. I think it has started happening since KitKat. Not sure.
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2nd June 2014, 07:35 AM   |  #2  
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Did you do hard reset?

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ofcourse, tried everything
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Maybe battery is ill.

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Try with other charger, universal charger.

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Do a hard-reset. If you already have the Kitkat Bootloader, try flashing a stock Firmware. Base on your description, it's either the battery or worse, the motherboard is at fault.
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