Repair Samsung Galaxy A9 Charging Paused Problem
Samsung A9 Charging Paused Battery Temperature Solution Charging Problem Battery temperature too low.
As hard as it may be for the average Android user to believe, some Samsung Smartphones actually deny the user the ability to charge the device on account of the device’s battery being ‘too cold’. Samsung Smartphones almost always come with Li-ion batteries, and these batteries only deny a juice refill if their core temperature drops below 4°C. However, numerous Samsung Smartphones, in particular the Samsung Galaxy A9 have been noted to stop charging and display a message that says “Charging paused: Battery temperature too low” regardless of what the core temperature of their batteries is.
How to troubleshoot your Samsung Galaxy A9 that shows the error “Charging paused: Battery temperature too low” after having dropped in water.
Samsung Galaxy A9 screen turned green and then became black after device got wet due to water splashes phone one is still on according to owner’s testimony but the screen is blank.
when your Galaxy device shows the error “Charging paused: Battery temperature too low,” more often the problem is with the charging port flex cable. In fact, there’s a similar error that tells you the opposite (Charging paused: Battery temperature too high) but still have the same result–not charging.
Some of the other most common causes of the problem of the charger on the Samsung Galaxy A9 not working may be the following, including the Samsung Galaxy A9 not charging – gray battery problem:
- The thermistor is located in the USB charging board (shown in the image above) of most Android devices and almost all Samsung devices, and that is why the first step that a person needs to complete is to buy a new USB charging board for their respective device.
- Carefully open the device up.
- Disconnect the device’s USB charging board.
- Put in place and connect the new USB charging board.
- Vigilantly put the device back together and boot it up.
If the charging is slow then all you have to do is to check with any other Samsung charger, but you have to make sure that the charger is original, as slow charging issues almost always occur with phones using 3rd party chargers.
Clean battery charging pins and check.
Clean charging connector pins.
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