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Phone turns off when charger is unplugged

When unplugged from charger the phone boots up to the samsung animated logo but just the start doesn’t finish the animation just 1-2 secs then restarts. But when the charger is connected it successfully boots until i unplug the charger then it turns off.

I’ve tried factory reset using stock recovery and twrp. I also tried flashing custom roms and still same result.

Just new to this, please tell me its not the power ic…

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Have you tried another battery? It could be something as simple as that.

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tnx, not yet. I actually think its either the battery or the power ic, i'm just worried and hopping that its not the power ic and just the battery that needs replacing. Whats confusing is that during download mode and recovery mode the phone is fine not connected to the charger it stays open, its only when booting on the system that it turns off.


In recovery and download mode they are designed to stay on even when the battery is disconnected (as long as the logic board is getting power from somewhere) and the charging cable is still plugged in for safety reasons so that there is a lower chance of the phone bricking itself during a software flash via cable.

I've seen those same symptoms before on a Samsung Galaxy S6 which is a similar variant, I ended up having to replace the battery to fix it.


i just got the battery installed, god bless those who make tutorials on replacing these parts ;) Seems good, its not behaving like it did before. i'll be observing this for a while... tnx a lot man... live long and prosper.


you cannot change the battery in S6


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HELP! My Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 with Android 8.1, less than 1 year old and a truly fully charged battery also doesn't want to turn on without being attached to the charger. It also abruptly turns “off” when the charger is detached.

I've done an interesting thing to know that the battery is fully charged . While turned "off" and not attached to the charger, constantly holding the "power & vol-down" buttons for a few seconds will cause the device to enter "fastboot" mode for 9 seconds during which the screen is active. I use rubber bands to hold the buttons constantly. Every 15 seconds the device enters "fastboot" mode. It takes 16 hours to bring the battery from 100% to 0% charge status. I've done this a few times. I recharge the device with it powered "on", recharging from 0% to 100%.

It doesn’t make sense that replacing the battery would fix this problem since the OS is capable of realizing the actual charge status of the battery.

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