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Deze versie is geschreven door: Psecto Mke ,

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Hi,
-Same here, I've tried every possible workaround on the web. In my case it is certainly a physical issue. Due to the poor construction of this phone, it seems that the back case which is very very very thin and cheap is causing the MAIN connector to move from its socket
+Same here, I've tried every possible workaround on the web. In my case it is certainly a physical issue. Due to the poor construction of this phone, it seems that the back case which is very very very thin and cheap is causing the MAIN connector cable to move from its socket. This basically disconnects the SUB board from MAIN board, causing the issue.
[image|2078872]
I've opened up the phone and tried various methods to fix this. There is no bulletproof solution as the back-plate which is supposed to keep it in place is very very cheap constructed and bends like butter.
In my case, pressing relatively hard behind the phone (just below the Fingerprint sensor (On Spot on the SAMSUNG logo) makes the phone charge randomly. That is the place where the plug of MAIN connector cable is located.
I hope this helps, I don't know if I will ever invest in a samsung phone ever again. This is the second one randomly dropping down on me, funny stuff after an S9 display simply failed. I had to mention that my iPhone 5s is still fully functional with an almost dead battery after almost 7 years
Best of luck,

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Bewerkt door: jayeff (stem details) ,

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Hi,

Same here, I've tried every possible workaround on the web. In my case it is certainly a physical issue. Due to the poor construction of this phone, it seems that the back case which is very very very thin and cheap is causing the MAIN connector to move from its socket

[image|2078872]

I've opened up the phone and tried various methods to fix this. There is no bulletproof solution as the back-plate which is supposed to keep it in place is very very cheap constructed and bends like butter.

In my case, pressing relatively hard behind the phone (just below the Fingerprint sensor (On Spot on the SAMSUNG logo) makes the phone charge randomly. That is the place where the plug of MAIN connector cable is located.

I hope this helps, I don't know if I will ever invest in a samsung phone ever again. This is the second one randomly dropping down on me, funny stuff after an S9 display simply failed. I had to mention that my iPhone 5s is still fully functional with an almost dead battery after almost 7 years

Best of luck,

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Bewerkt door: Psecto Mke ,

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Hi,

Same here, I've tried every possible workaround on the web. In my case it is certainly a physical issue. Due to the poor construction of this phone, it seems that the back case which is very very very thin and cheap is causing the MAIN connector to move from its socket

[image|2078872]

I've opened up the phone and tried various methods to fix this. There is no bulletproof solution as the back-plate which is supposed to keep it in place is very very cheap constructed and bends like butter.

In my case, pressing relatively hard behind the phone (just below the Fingerprint sensor (On Spot on the SAMSUNG logo) makes the phone charge randomly. That is the place where the plug of MAIN connector cable is located.

I hope this helps, I don't know if I will ever invest in a samsung phone ever again. This is the second one randomly dropping down on me, funny stuff after an S9 display simply failed. I had to mention that my iPhone 5s is still fully functional with an almost dead battery after almost 7 years

Best of luck,

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Origineel bericht door: Psecto Mke ,

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Hi,

Same here, I've tried every possible workaround on the web. In my case it is certainly a physical issue. Due to the poor construction of this phone, it seems that the back case which is very very very thin and cheap is causing the MAIN connector to move from its socket

[image|2078872]

I've opened up the phone and tried various methods to fix this. There is no bulletproof solution as the back-plate which is supposed to keep it in place is very very cheap constructed and bends like butter.

In my case, pressing relatively hard behind the phone (just below the Fingerprint sensor (On Spot on the SAMSUNG logo) makes the phone charge randomly. That is the place where the plug of MAIN connector cable is located.

I hope this helps, I don't know if I will ever invest in a samsung phone ever again. This is the second one randomly dropping down on me, funny stuff after an S9 display simply failed. I had to mention that my iPhone 5s is still fully functional with an almost dead battery after almost 7 years

Best of luck,

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