Samsung Nexus S i9020 Repair Charging Problem Ways
Samsung GT-i9020 Charging Jumper Problem Ways,Track
In the following lines you will get to know about some of the charging problems related to Samsung Nexus S i9020 along with their solution.
Samsung GT-i9020 is not charging at all.
Phone charges really very slow.
Lumia 510 heats up during charging.
Phone does not give any response when charger is connected.
Reasons of Problems
Phone could be water damaged.
Dust particles might be present in charging connector.
Your Samsung Nexus S i9020 charger might be faulty.
Connection in the phone might be broken.
Phone is encountered any physical damage.
Any of the capacitors might be faulty.
Charging IC might be faulty.
If the charging is slow then all you have to do is to check with any other Samsung Nexus S i9020 charger, but you have to make sure that the charger is original, as slow charging issues almost always occurs with phones using 3rd party chargers.
Clean battery charging pins and check.
Clean charging connector pins.
Following are the tools you need before you plan to go with hardware method
Plastic separation tool.
Jumper Wire (Copper wire)
Hardware Solution Samsung Nexus S i9020 Charging Problem
The very first thing that you need to do is to check voltage at the testing point 1 (as mentioned above in Figure). The voltage should be around 4.9V to 5V. other testing points are for USB connector.
After removing body of your Samsung i9020, the very first thing that you need to do is to re-solder first pin of charging connector and check.
Check the fuse and diode for possible open and short circuit.
If same problem Check Charging connector ways marked in below image.
Samsung Nexus S i9020 Charging Problem ways Solution
If any Charging ways is missing then make a jumper with the help of Jumper Wire.
If all Charging track ways is working means then replace Charging Connector. Your problem will solved.
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