I have a Dell Studio XPS 16 laptop. I have replaced the battery and the charger. While the laptop will run on AC power it will not charge the battery and the battery is such like: http://www.scontobatteria.com/dell-studio-xps-16.html . It says plugged in not charging. If I restart the laptop I get an error screen that says the charger is not recognized. Is there a solution to this?
I have a car charger (the charger has Input 12V - 24V, Output 5V 1A). When I plug the Note3 to the charger I see the small lightning icon inside the battery that tells me that the phone is charging. However, when the phone is on during the Map navigation, I can see that the battery still drains.
I needed a battery charger for 2 x AAA batteries that I recharge almost every day. I thought that since due to my work I always have the computer on, I charge them through the USB instead of using the mains charger.
I'm planning to buy a Gorilla Gadgets extended battery, and I want to purchase an external charger along with it. I'd prefer one that can handle the GG battery and the OEM battery, but not a strict necessity.
What is necessary is keeping the price low for something usable and decent quality.
I recently purchased an extended battery and an external universal charger for my Verizon Galaxy Nexus. There were no instructions for actually charging the battery. There are 4 terminals on the battery. There is a + and - printed on the new and the old batteries, but they do not line up with a particular terminal on the battery.
My laptop doesn't seem to allow the adapter to charge the battery. So to hopefully eliminate the problem I bought a brand new adapter and battery. It still doesn't charge the battery so I'd assume it isn't the adapter or batter which is at fault but something else with the system.