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Stock JiaYu G4s ROM

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29th June 2014, 12:54 PM   |  #11  
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jiayu g4s charging problem.
Who can help me, i have got a problem with my phone. I cannot charge it when its on, but when its off i can. Please help! Really strange, could it be battery related? Also the battery status goes way of from time to time. Could the battery be faulty? Thanxs!
30th June 2014, 05:36 AM   |  #12  
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Originally Posted by afrints

Who can help me, i have got a problem with my phone. I cannot charge it when its on, but when its off i can. Please help! Really strange, could it be battery related? Also the battery status goes way of from time to time. Could the battery be faulty? Thanxs!

Are you charging in via a USB port on the computer or a wall socket?
I've noticed with soem phones (Escpecially my HTC Radiant) that they just don't charge in computer USB ports while active.
Also thinking, this could be due to some kind of setting on.. Such as USB debugging?
30th June 2014, 09:45 AM   |  #13  
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Are you charging in via a USB port on the computer or a wall socket?
I've noticed with soem phones (Escpecially my HTC Radiant) that they just don't charge in computer USB ports while active.
Also thinking, this could be due to some kind of setting on.. Such as USB debugging?

No, it is the original charger, but i also tried other wall chargers, but no succes. Developers settings are off so there is no usb debugging activated.
The battery % is way of....now more then two hours stuck on ,77%.
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