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[Q] Note 2 won't boot unless connected to charger.

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By chrisjm00, Senior Member on 22nd November 2013, 08:17 PM
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18th November 2015, 03:34 PM |#11  
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Try to boot on USB/PC data connection
When connected t PC-system will boot to a point. PC indicates new connection then looses it and Note 2 returns to flash screen. Problem start when using corporate email and encrypted data. Works w/o error connected to wall charger. Disconnect crashes system. Flashes screen forever. No diagnostics. Did all SW reboots. Doubt battery, but will try.
 
 
31st December 2015, 03:58 AM |#12  
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Originally Posted by suntreepops

When connected t PC-system will boot to a point. PC indicates new connection then looses it and Note 2 returns to flash screen. Problem start when using corporate email and encrypted data. Works w/o error connected to wall charger. Disconnect crashes system. Flashes screen forever. No diagnostics. Did all SW reboots. Doubt battery, but will try.

Did you ever test a new battery/figure it out?

Mine is doing the same thing I think. I only boots if connected to a wall charger. If connected to PC with USB it will boot to the [T-Mobile in my case] boot screen, connect to PC for a split second (long enough to make the connection sound in windows, then I can't find it) and it stays on that screen. Without being connected to either, or after pulling plug, it turns off.
22nd February 2017, 01:34 AM |#13  
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Same problem here with mine
can't be just the battery because it will stay on w/o charger when in download/recovery mode or if it gets stuck on the Verizon screen.
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Verizon Galaxy Note II
model SCH-I605
android 4.4.2
kernel 3.0.31
build KOT49H.I605VRUFND7
hardware version I605.06
10th July 2018, 08:53 AM |#14  
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I'm having the same issue but i can boot into recovery without the charger.
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