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Thanks for bringing out to us your Samsung Galaxy device battery not properly charging.
Knowing that the problem persists despite multiple attempts at DIY troubleshooting must be frustrating. But don't worry; we're here to assist.
Both, we will figure out what's behind the issue/s and other possible reasons and come up with the solutions by following below steps.
A) First, ensure that your device is up-to-date with the latest Software updates.
Settings > About Phone > Software Updates > Download and Install > Follow On-screen messages.
B) Check your charger or charging cable.
1) Ensure that the charger, adapter and cable are Samsung Authorized and compatible with your device.
Even if adapters or charging cables appear similar, their quality and charging speed may differ. To preserve your Galaxy device’s lifespan, make sure to use Samsung Authorized chargers and charging cables that are compatible with your specific device, as they are designed to maximize battery life. If you use products that are not specifically for mobile devices (travel chargers or standard chargers) or products that are not Samsung Authorized, your device may be damaged or not charge properly.
2) Check for damage to your adapter, USB port or charging cable.
Check to see if there is damage to your adapter, USB port or charging cable. If you notice any issues such as cracks or exposed wires, immediately stop using the cable. Charging cables must fit snugly into the charging port and should not feel loose or ill-fitting. Disconnect and reconnect all charging cables, USB connectors, and charging ports, then re-check your connection.
3) Try using a different adapter or charging cable.
If there is no noticeable damage, try using another adapter or charging cable. You can also try connecting another device to your adapter or charging cable to check, if it charges properly.
4) Check for other issues.
If there are no issues with your adapter or charging cable, check to see if it is a problem with the power supply. Rather than charging your device with a notebook or PC, try using a power outlet , power bank, and other power source outlet.
C) Remove foreign debris from the charging port.
D) Fast charging option.
If your device supports fast charging, AFC (Adaptive Fast Charging) is recommended. If your device is charging slowly, check that Fast charging is enabled on your device.
E) Moisture detected error notification.
There is a risk of causing damage to the internal circuits if a device is charged when there is moisture in the USB port or charger. When this is the case, your device will alert you of moisture or debris. Even if your device is waterproof and dustproof, completely drying your device before use will help your device function normally.
Wipe your device with a soft and clean cloth or leave it in a well-ventilated area to dry. If you experience charging issues even after completely drying your device, seek help from a Samsung Authorized Service Center. Our Samsung Engineers are competent to provide solutions to your problem with the best service.
F) For further assistance, you may call our online support channels on the links below.
G) And/ or contact our Samsung hotline numbers below.
Hope you find this content helpful and your problem gets solved.