When I charge my Nexus 6P, the charging often stops (probably after the battery level becomes 100% once.) and it keep consuming power.

As a result, when I unplug the cable, it has often low battery or already shut down although I expect it is fully charged.

Is it well known issue?

  • Never seen anything like that on my own 6P. More like a phone-side issue, but try switching chargers anyway. – Andy Yan Sep 19 '16 at 7:36
  • No. Never heard anything like that before. You might want to replace the phone and/or the charger. Are you using the original charger? Try using a different charge if you have access to one. (Any charger with an Type-A out would work in conjunction with the included Type-A to Type-C cable) – Roh_mish Sep 19 '16 at 8:46
  • Thanks. I use 1) adaptor from outlet to 2 USB port, 2) USB Type-A Extension Cable, and 3) USB Type A to Type C cable. I have replaced 3) and will keep watching what will happen. Seems like it didn't happen last night though. – Daisuki Honey Sep 20 '16 at 23:23
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    Restart your phone. I had the same problem, but looks like its some glitch on software that manages the charging functions – Raja Anbazhagan Oct 19 '16 at 9:56

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