1. mkenyon2's Avatar
    For the past few days, my Lumia 920 running the latest insider build will not charge on a USB charger. I've used a couple different ones. It will charge via a wireless charger. Right now, when I go into Battery Saver, I see '(plugged in, not charging)'.

    Is this a hardware thing? Or have others seen this on the 920 with this build?
    11-27-2015 12:44 PM
  2. mkenyon2's Avatar
    I tried blowing out the connector, still no good. I plug it in, it says 'charging', then says 'plugged in, not charging'.
    11-27-2015 12:46 PM
  3. Maurizio Troso's Avatar
    I tried blowing out the connector, still no good. I plug it in, it says 'charging', then says 'plugged in, not charging'.
    Seriously, a build can't affect usb wiring or compoments. First, plug in usb charger and check charging time by time. If not, send it to a repair center
    11-27-2015 01:19 PM
  4. mkenyon2's Avatar
    I just wanted to make sure this wasn't some sort of bug that mis-reported battery state.

    With this knowledge, I can tell my wife I NEED a new 950. :)
    11-27-2015 01:29 PM

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