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By anoymonos, Senior Member on 3rd September 2014, 12:44 PM
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Has anyone had any issues while Charging with the cable that came with phone?(yes I've tried others) My issue is phone Will charge to 88% and stop but says still Charging. It Will Not increase unless I dissconnect and reconnect cable. Then it Will only go up 5% . I have to repeat this 5 times to achieve a full charge. I spoke with a tmobile tech and he told me it could be because I have certain apps like showbox and Google now launcher, really never had this issue before. This began even before i rooted phone. Any suggestions? Phone is stock with root and exposed but problem began before root remember so don't blame exposed, never dropped or touched liquid.

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3rd September 2014, 05:47 PM |#2  
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Has anyone had any issues while Charging with the cable that came with phone?(yes I've tried others) My issue is phone Will charge to 88% and stop but says still Charging. It Will Not increase unless I dissconnect and reconnect cable. Then it Will only go up 5% . I have to repeat this 5 times to achieve a full charge. I spoke with a tmobile tech and he told me it could be because I have certain apps like showbox and Google now launcher, really never had this issue before. This began even before i rooted phone. Any suggestions? Phone is stock with root and exposed but problem began before root remember so don't blame exposed, never dropped or touched liquid.

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I would swap/warranty exchange that phone. I only charge my phone with it turned off, but it fully charges every time. We have 3 LG G3s in the household and none have ever done this. It sounds like the battery may be bad though.
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No problem here

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3rd September 2014, 06:25 PM |#4  
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It actually worked after I removed them apps and put them back on but now it's borked again

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It actually worked after I removed them apps and put them back on but now it's borked again

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You stated it was doing this before root. Was it also before these apps? Have you tried a factory reset to see if it corrects the issue?
4th September 2014, 01:40 AM |#6  
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I got it out of the box with the issue. When I put in my Gmail it automatically loaded them apps. I talked to tech, removed the apps in question and it worked. Rooted about a week and still worked, removed tmobile bloat still worked. All of a sudden with nothing new added in weeks my problem has returned. Also have done factory reset with no luck

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Pretty much sounds like a hardware malfunction
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