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Hello, I have a problem with my Xperia P charge light, it stays lit even after removing the charge cable. It also still says it's charging in the Android OS. I have Moonwalker 7.5 ROM, it also happened on stock 4.1.2 0.400 and 1.100.
Can someone shed some light on this?
 
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Hello, I have a problem with my Xperia P charge light, it stays lit even after removing the charge cable. It also still says it's charging in the Android OS. I have Moonwalker 7.5 ROM, it also happened on stock 4.1.2 0.400 and 1.100.
Can someone shed some light on this?
Its normal !!
Just turn your screen on and off and its gone.
Its not only with my rom but every romas you can see by your own.
Ask Sony to solve it.



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Its normal !!
Just turn your screen on and off and its gone.
Its not only with my rom but every romas you can see by your own.
Ask Sony to solve it.
Turning the screen on/off doesn't fix it, it disappears after a while only
 
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Its normal !!
Just turn your screen on and off and its gone.
Its not only with my rom but every romas you can see by your own.
Ask Sony to solve it.
So why doesn't it happen on my phone, mostly stock?
Baterry stats change immediately to not charging and led turns off if screen is on, if screen is off takes it few seconds to turn off.
 
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So why doesn't it happen on my phone, mostly stock?
Baterry stats change immediately to not charging and led turns off if screen is on, if screen is off takes it few seconds to turn off.
So it might be a hardware issue at my side? Can anyone else confirm it doesn't happen on other Xperia Ps?
 
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@ChikeD he mentioned it was on stock also so its Sony's problem. I have it but after turning on the screen it went away

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Have you installed any apps that control the notification led such as light flow? If thats the case, try delete that app and see if the problem persist

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