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Charged overnight and battery charged less then 50%. Ive had it had on charger for hour and a half and has charged 7%. I think it was the update. Many problems for me since update, but this is the biggest one.

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I had the same issue for a bit. Someone said to try disconnecting and reconnecting the usb from the power block about 4 or 5 time relatively quickly and that fixed it for them... tried it and have not had an issue since even when connected to an extension. But also make sure its firmly in.

Oh.. and do this with the note plugged into the mini end of course
 
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I have to say that I have been very happy with the crazyondigital wall charger that was bundled with my case. I used the OEM charger for the initial charge but began using the crazyondigital charger because it's more convenient due to the fact that it's longer. It also seems to charge more qiuckly. Perhaps slow charging with the OEM charger has something to do with the USB wall wart wiring design.
 
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I seem to have the same type of problem I had mine on charge for 2 days now I done nothing different in the way I normaly charge, I tried both having ny note off over nite and with it on both with no luck, both time my note not fully charged.
This started on Friday gone,
If this dont charge soo. I will try factory reset since thats the other option bar getting a new charger


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You sould try to use the device till it dies then try to charge it again see what happens, maybe wipe battery stats if you have cwm. Also try to get one of those battery stat monitoring apps and see if its registering proper voltage and heath

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Had the same problem yesterday. my note went out of energy and shut down. So, after a while I connected it with the cable to charge. And what happened? After a hole night I got only 50% -.- I was like wtf?? then I tried the galaxy s3 charger and there was a red cross on the battery icon. Then I tried the note charger, again nothing, and like the other poster said, after a few times in and out it worked again.
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another one here with slow charging, this is a big problem, its so slow it means it drains when you are using the tablet when its plugged in, you should be able to use it and charge at the same time. I could understand if it didnt charge much when I was using it but to not charge at all is a real fail.

Has anyone logged this issue to samsung?
 
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Default Re: note 10.1charging extremely slow

Nothing has solved this problem for me.
Taking 8 hours to charge 79% is just beyond comprehension. Can't use it plugged in as it drains anyway. I want a update asap or I'm ditching this tab.

I don't know what caused this, it was fine a few weeks after the update and suddenly crippled.
 
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I don't know what caused this, it was fine a few weeks after the update and suddenly crippled.
So it's not the update then? If it was fine for a few weeks and then suddenly crippled JB is not the problem.
More likely an Application is NOT properly compliant with JB and is draining battery or hogging
 
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So it's not the update then? If it was fine for a few weeks and then suddenly crippled JB is not the problem.
More likely an Application is NOT properly compliant with JB and is draining battery or hogging


Nothing shows up as running and hogging the battery. It doesn't drain fast once charged. It just charges slow.
 
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Nothing shows up as running and hogging the battery. It doesn't drain fast once charged. It just charges slow.
Indeed, it charges so slow it drops when you are using it plugged in, if anyone has registered their tab properly with samsung perhaps they could log a fault, I havent had chance to do this yet.

Also, has anyone tried switching back to stock to see if it resolves it?

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