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Yes, it's definitely possible. Most USB chargers are fairly limited in their output and devices like tablets are not really designed to be used while charging, unlike laptops. You'd think it would be OK to simply sit and remain on while charging and unused, but perhaps the Nexus 7 does not have very good power management. You might want to look at having ...


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At last I got the solution, you can achieve this by deleting system/bin/charge_only_mode file. Please do that at your own risk and before deleting have backup of that file. I got the desired result that was boot when its connected to wall charger and now its working fine. All the best!


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Its time you should replace your charger... or you may lose your battery in some days. Because when a charger seems to behave like this, the voltage fluctuations so frequently, might degrade your battery life.


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I just had this problem too. The solution without having to download any outside apps is to go to "developer options" then uncheck "stay awake while charging" Not sure why they would have this as a default setting...


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TL;DR: There's no danger in plugging a USB device into a charger with a higher amp rating than the one supplied with it. For mobile devices that use USB chargers, the difference between using chargers with different amp ratings in most cases is that the device will charge faster or slower, in direct proportion the the amp rating. In some cases, the ...


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Yes. If it is Sony branded and has a 5 V output you are good to go. Cellphones only draw as much as current as they require.


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Sorry for the trouble. Must be infuriating since our lives seem to revolve around these devices. Since the phone is new, I suggest you don't try anything yourself. Look for another phone you can use temporarily and send the Moto E back so they can diagnose it.


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Your battery is faulty. You would have to replace that.You should also check this


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Your phone (or possibly the battery) is faulty. Return it to the shop for a replacement.


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Another possible cause is that this is done to protect the data on your phone. It can be unsafe to connect your phone's usb when unlocked. (usb condom)


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The tablet charging current is proportional to the voltage that the power adapter can supply. If the charger has a lower than average voltage output, the tablet takes less charging current. A 6 foot USB cable can drop half a volt or more when the tablet is charging at a high rate. So, if you use a long USB cable, the tablet also drops to a lower charging ...


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The two most likely causes: The battery could be dead. Lithium-ion batteries (as well as other types of rechargeable batteries) wear down over time. Even sitting on a shelf they eventually decay, but they decay faster the more you use them, and the more they're exposed to extreme heat, cold, and humidity. The socket on the phone has a loose connection. ...


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No, it will not damage your phone. As long as it's a micro USB charger, it will be fine. 5.5V is fine, I've had success with 6 Volts from a homemade charger, and you won't meet voltages higher than 5.5V on a micro USB charger anyway. Extra Volts are dangerous, so it's good to be cautious but 5.5V will not do any harm. The current rating (Amperes, A) does ...



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