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Samsung Tablet won’t Charge

Samsung Tablet won’t Charge

One of the most infuriating moments in owning an electronic device is when the device doesn’t have any power left in it to assist you in your work. And the situation becomes even more frustrating when it won’t  even charge. This is a problem faced quite often by many Samsung tablet users. A lot of instances have come up when the Samsung tablet won’t charge or shows charging but just sits there and doesn’t charge even a bit. So what to do when your Samsung tablet won’t charge? Believe us you don’t need to go to any Samsung repair shop at once as this problem can be corrected easily at home.

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In this article we are bringing you some solutions which you can try at your home whenever your Samsung tablet won’t charge. All of these methods are very simple and very effective. Here’s the to do list when your Samsung tablet won’t charge:

Try changing the charging cable and outlet

At many a times, it is not necessarily required that there is a problem with your tablet. It may happen that your charging cable is defective and thus enough power is not received by your phone. This is a very common issue and can be solved by just changing the charging cable by getting a new one. It may also happen that the power outlet that you are using to charge your tablet is broken and is not conducting electricity and hence your tablet is not charging. You should check for this by changing the outlet or by checking for current in the outlet and then plugging in your charger.

Samsung Tablet won’t Charge | Perform a forced power cycle

Sometimes your tablets battery gets frozen and you need to perform a forced power cycle to bring the battery back to its original condition. To forcefully perform a power cycle, you need to discharge your tablet’s battery completely. There shouldn’t be any battery left to even show the power up screen. Then plug in the charger and leave it as it is for 4-5 hours. This will make your tablet’s battery responsive to electricity and your Samsung tablet will begin charging.

Factory reset your tablet

If your Samsung tablet won’t charge, then you should consider factory resetting all the system settings and return them to default state. This will correct any wrong system settings which might be preventing your tablet’s battery from getting charged. To do this go to settings and head on to factory reset options and then follow the on screen instructions. Resetting your tablet to the factory settings will most often provide an effective solution to your problem.

These are some of the steps that can be taken for solving your problems when your Samsung tablet won’t charge. If none of these methods was effective in providing you with a solution, then you should directly come over to your nearest The FIX store with your Samsung tablet and get professional assistance for your tablet. The expert technicians at The FIX will be more than happy to help you out and provide you with a fitting solution for your problems.