Just today, I noticed that my Galaxy Tab will not catch a charge when plugged into the wall outlet. The low battery continues to pop up along with a red x inside the battery. I have tried the volume and power reset and the problem still exists. What is the best solution for this issue?
Samsung laptop, purchased new in 2012. Windows 7 64-bit. 8GB RAM. Model NP300V5A.
I woke up one morning and woke the laptop. I had left it plugged in to the wall the night before. When it woke, it showed in the system tray the battery icon (no plug) with less than 15% battery. I checked the cord and it was plugged into a surge protector, into a wall.
Thank you for your reply.As it turns out, I moved before I got the newer computer and the problem developed on the second one in a different location. Both computers run when they are plugged in to a wall outlet (either with or without the battery removed), so I can rule out a cable problem. The only thing they cannot do is charge the battery--although the power management applic
I want to use a Google Nexus phone for an always-on wall-plugged-in WiFi tethering access station.
It occurred to me that if I just do it like this, then I'm risking ruining the battery within a couple of months, and the battery becoming useless, potentially leaving the phone permanently handicapped to a wall-plug operation, and within a year or two, going as far as requiring an external UPS for
What makes the voltage going only one way in a laptop? In other words what makes the voltage not going from the battery back to the power supply?
Reason why I ask is a few days ago I plugged in my laptop power supply in my laptop and it wasn't even plugged in into and AC wall outlet and I saw some arching. The DC in connector seems fine no damage but I was wondering why it happened.
Just installed a wall outlet with 2 built in USB ports (5V, 3.0A)
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The outlet works, it charges all my other devices just fine(although I have not tried another Samsung device yet)
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