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Charging issue with Tab Pro 8.4 and newest update!

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Default Charging issue with Tab Pro 8.4 and newest update!

I just developed a charging issue where I have it plugged in and it hasn't advanced in %. It's stuck at around 65%. Official charger/usb cord and tried different outlets.

This never happened on the first firmware build, but only after the second update the last month.

Anyone else experience this?
Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sprint), Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 (Wifi)
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I've encountered it both in stock and cm11. Run the batterybdown to 10 % and fully charge. Should report properly then.

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I'm running the 8.4 original firmware without issue since I bought it several months ago. This week it charges up to a point then stops. Restarting does not help. Different chargers, etc. Arggh!!

This worked for me: (Press and hold: Volume Up + Home + Power (in that order)). Keep holding an unit will reboot. It's not abrasive like a factory reset (like I was considering doing).

Now for the first time in a week, i'm over 50% and its still charging like it should.

Someone else did all the hard lifting to find the solution. I just found the tread over on android central.

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I haven't upgraded, but I did encounter the same problem earlier this week. It was stuck at 91% even though I left it charging all night. After restarting and plugging it into my laptop for a while, it seemed to work fine again. Now and then it'll just do strange things like this. xD
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