Charge A Battery With A Battery

This only works with phones that also have a battery that can be removed. Otherwise, use method 2 instead.

  • Remove the battery from the device. Gain access to the battery's electrical connectors.
  • A 9-volt charge or a AAA/AA battery will suffice.
  • Look for the battery's favorable and unfavorable connectors. The positive side of the battery is in the red square, while the negative side is at the opposite end.
  • Check if the voltage of the device's charger and the batteries are the same. A typical phone battery has a voltage of 3.7V DC, while a single AA or AAA battery has a voltage of 1.5V. As a result, you'll need three AA batteries.
  • Wrap two metal wires with silicone shielding.
  • Bind the batteries along with electrical tape.
  • Fasten or tape the insulated wires to the charging batteries or even to the battery itself.
  • Wait a few moments; the battery should be charged. It's important to realize that it won't fully charge your battery, but it'll suffice in an emergency.

DIY USB Port Fix

This is perhaps the simplest, quickest, and most popular Way To Fix A Broken Charging Port in New Tablets.

The aluminum surface of your dock connector and the USB charger may not always establish good contact. Most of the time, it's due to a manufacturing flaw or damage caused by the charger cable's constant plugging and pulling. Before you do anything else, make sure your charging port is clean. Clear any dirt caught on the charging pin with a laser and a stick or pin.

  • Turn your gadget off.
  • Remove the battery if at all possible.
  • Use a tiny stick to reposition any displaced tabs inside your device's USB port.
  • If the charging pin is misplaced, carefully and slowly raise it.
  • Put the battery back in place.
  • Connect the charger.

Rub The Battery

Remove the battery from the phone.

It should be held between your hands. Rub the battery among your palms to generate adequate heat and tension. Replace the battery or try trying to charge the phone once more. If the procedures above don't work, the issue isn't due to a faulty charging port. Examine your phone's battery, even though it's one of the most common reasons why it won't Charging Tablet.

Contact Certified Technicians, When Nothing Works

If none of the following suggestions work, you'll have to consider the potential that your phone is broken or malfunctioning.

In this situation, you'll either need to contact the operator's customer service number to send your cell phone in for repair or find a nearby tablet repair shop.

Depending on the case and if your phone is now under warranty, you may have to pay for the repair — and go without your device while it is repaired — but it will almost certainly be less expensive than buying a new phone.