DUCT TAPE SOLUTION: Cut a square of duct tape, around 2" in length. Attach to the back bottom of the cell phone (or side, if that is the location of your port). The sticky part will be face up. Insert your loose charger cord, laying it down on the sticky tape. The sticky duct tape will hold it securely. When complete, fold the duct tape for later use. I leave my tape on the phone. Works great in the car, too. Use any kind of tape - electrical, decorative, etc. An adhesive label would work too, even an address label.
Others have posted that lint accumulates in the port. Having the tape in place == as I now have -- covers and protects the port.
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Listen this isn't it you may have more you need to fix like hyjacked
из Dennis Pratt
But I'm going to try THIS fix it thing Cost almost $so Google can fix supposedly $200 almost paid it but boost MOBILE keeps telling me no
из Dennis Pratt
I had same problem then I took a needle and gently cleaned out the connconnection bit works perfectly now
I have the same problem I dont know what to do ):
из Noni Bowden Cardona
It depends on the charger, and how far gone it is. Take a sewing needle and push up the inside pins of the charger I believe there are 5-6. Push them up gently and plug in charger to see if it works. If all else fails go on amazon and buy a 10$ charger and toss the one that is giving you grief. Really think about it.. What's more expensive, a charger, or a new charge port for your phone?
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