When I plug n7000 in the electricity for charging in powered off mode, the battery indication comes up and a circle is stuck there. After a while battery symbols with question marks go up and down the screen and finally the screen turns off. The screen then turns black.
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So I got this phone recently from a friend since I needed a new phone. He said something was wrong with it, but should be fixable. Anyways, the problem is that the phone works perfectly fine when connected to a power source. Once I unplug it then the phone either turns off right away or turns off in a little while.
I have HP ProBook 4520s laptop running Windows 7. When I connect the laptop charger to electricity, Windows becomes very slow. However, when I disconnect the power,
Windows returns to operating normally.
In this case it only happens when connected to my house's electricity; it does not happen elsewhere.
I searched for this problem but I couldn't find any solutions.