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Samsung Charging Port Repair

Updated on August 29, 2019
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Samsung repairs are carried out on daily basis because there are so many cases of charging port problems.

Samsung repairs are carried out on daily basis because there are so many cases of charging port problems. These services require a highly skilled technician with years of experience so that he may know all about Samsung devices. Samsung is so popular so getting the parts is not a problem. There are so many mail order companies with experience in buying and shipping stuff to look after your Samsung. If you opt for this alternative of shipping it to Samsung centre, the shipping charges will be included in the price and the services will be the best.Another option is to get it repaired locally at a local iphone repair shop.

Communication is usually done through email to acknowledge receipt of the phone, and then you are given access to a unique mail in service progress checker. The status of the rep[air can be monitored through it. Alternatively, instead of shipping it all the way, it is better to look for the nearest Samsung dealer who will do the job at a cheaper price, and the services are equally as good.

The charging port problem occurs in different ways. Sometimes when it is plugged in, it doesn’t charge at all. Or it charges very slowly


It is possible to have a quick DIY repair on the hardware. In most cases it is happening because the metallic surfaces in the USB port and the charger are not in good contact, either because of every day plugging in and out, or a manufacturer’s defect. Make sure that the phone is off and the battery is removed, and then use a toothpick to lift up the tab in the port. This should be done gently, then reinsert the battery and try to charge it


If your phone stays in the pocket of your jeans, then most likely this is the cause. Lint is the greatest cause of charging port problems. It can happen because of pieces of chocolate or candy, blowing it off can be a solution.

Generally speaking, the charging port is not a very big problem that has to be done professionally but some people like having everything done for them. It is not a bad idea because dealers are so many everywhere.

If your phone has a warranty, it is better to take it back and have it exchanged if the problem is manufacturer’s defect but the minor issue of dust and lint can be handled from home. It is good to ensure that the phone is not carried in a bag or pocket containing stuff which can force itself into the port. It is worth noting that the charger can be the problem why the phone is not charging so test it to be sure before concluding.


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