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Usb-port charging issues, I think at least... Anyone recognize?!

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20th June 2014, 05:38 PM   |  #1  
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Both and my girlfriend have an HTC One that stopped charging. My experience with other phones isthat it's usually the usb-port. Thinking about cracking them open to change 'em myself.


Anyone care to comment on this?!!

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20th June 2014, 07:44 PM   |  #2  
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Both and my girlfriend have an HTC One that stopped charging. My experience with other phones isthat it's usually the usb-port. Thinking about cracking them open to change 'em myself.

Anyone care to comment on this?!!

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please elaborate only your phone have issue or both phone has issues
Does phone charge after switch off

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20th June 2014, 08:37 PM   |  #3  
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please elaborate only your phone have issue or both phone has issues
Does phone charge after switch off
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None of them charge and none of them reacts to power button. Mine bought in August 2013 and my girlfriends in March 2014. Both died and wouldnt take charge after that. Mine died a week ago and her about two months ago. Still warranty on both of them but the service center claerly states that all data will be erased when sent to them. I have to much data that then will be lost, long time since backup...
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None of them charge and none of them reacts to power button. Mine bought in August 2013 and my girlfriends in March 2014. Both died and wouldnt take charge after that. Mine died a week ago and her about two months ago. Still warranty on both of them but the service center claerly states that all data will be erased when sent to them. I have to much data that then will be lost, long time since backup...

you can do few things change USB port or take battery out charge it
then start your phone copy data
If USB port is defective change that
These are only option

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As of today, my phone will not charge at all. I've tried 3 different cables, in the wall and direct to usb, but nothing. Anything I can try to get this resolved?
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As of today, my phone will not charge at all. I've tried 3 different cables, in the wall and direct to usb, but nothing. Anything I can try to get this resolved?

it seems hardware issue goto service center for USB port check

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it seems hardware issue goto service center for USB port check

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i am under the impression that this particular phone cannot be taken apart at all due to the unibody design. is this not true?
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i am under the impression that this particular phone cannot be taken apart at all due to the unibody design. is this not true?

you think it's not serviceable
Unibody design makes it difficult but it can be open

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i am under the impression that this particular phone cannot be taken apart at all due to the unibody design. is this not true?

I did it without damaging anything!

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