Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini I9190 Charging Problem Ways


Samsung GT-I9190 Charging Ways Problem Jumper Solution

Now working on with the new solution Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini I9190 with Dual SIM phone capability. This time we will tackle first the charging circuit in case handling into troubleshooting a not charging problem, due to wet damaged or any possible causes.

The highlighted components below are the basic components of Samsung GT-I9190 charging circuit just like any other Nokia previous PCB designs, the only thing always makes any different is the location of those particular components location being mounted on the PCB board.

Reasons of Problems
Phone could be water damaged.
Dust particles might be present in charging connector.
Your 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.

Hardware Solution Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini I9190 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 I9190, 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 gt i9190 charging ways solution
Solution Created By d-Artigo

This solution shows the connection line paths of the Samsung I9190 charging circuit connection, which may help for troubleshooting and tracing procedures.

Read More:-  Samsung S5560I Marvel Charging Problem Repair Jumper Solution

If you have further Questions please leave a comment.

Note: Please note that even though every solution posted on our website is tested by one or more members of our team before posting, but still we do not take any responsibility for any damage it may cause to your cell phones. Use these repairing solutions at your own risk. Thank You.


Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.