Redmi 9 Power charging problem ways, Not charging solution, USB ways? well, it is hoped that this article will help you out in the quest here. A charging problem will usually make it impossible for you to charge your phone. Its even more annoying when you have a non-removable phone battery which makes it impossible to charge your phone with the universal charger alternative.
Xiaomi Redmi 9 Power charging problems just like any other phone, can be traceable to certain possible causes which we shall be looking at and how to tackle them correctly so as to achieve best result.
Hardware Reasons for Redmi 9 Power Not Charging Problem
There are four basic hardware-related reasons that your Redmi 9 Power could be charging slowly, and I will explain each of them in turn and in order of increasing probability. The issue could be:
- There is dirt, dust, or debris lodged in the charging port.
- The power adapter is damaged or faulty.
- The USB cable is no longer working properly.
- You are using the wrong power adapter for your phone, or a weak USB port.
Redmi 9 Power Charging Ways – Repair Not Charging Problem
In the below image we draw the Redmi 9 Power charging ways and its jumper check continuity using a multimeter if any track damage makes a jumper on the Redmi 9 Power motherboard.
- First, open the mobile
- Clean the section of the charging connector of the mobile motherboard
- Remove the old charging connector and add a new connector
Below are the most common reason why your Redmi 9 Power have trouble charging
Exposure To Water: Water is a conductor of electric current which has the ability to cause any of the above component parts to become faulty or even damaged beyond repairs. This is because water reacts with the current supplied by the battery resulting in sparks, explosions and eventually damage as well.
Bad Chargers: OEM (original equipment manufacturer) chargers are the best chargers for a smartphone. The generic ones that do not meet standard specifications potentially damage a phone’s charging system.
Ageing Factor: Ageing is a constant with any electronic gadgets, the components parts that form the charging system can become less functional and even worse with time as they do have a submission to the law of diminishing returns and would therefore need to be replaced subsequently.
Excessive Voltage/current: Both cannot be separated in the process of charging a phone, most phone chargers fall between 5.0 volt, 500mAh and 5.0 volt, 2000mAh specification etc. It should be noted that using a charger that supplies voltage/current more than what is required can be very detrimental to a phone’s charging system.
A Hard Fall: The component parts are solid state-based, thus a hard fall will potentially if not immediately cause a USB charging problem amongst other likely occurrences like earpiece problem, mouthpiece problem, network problem, screen problem. Unlike software level repair that requires you mostly flashing a phone, in hardware case you will have to troubleshot manually in order to locate the cause of a problem.