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Battery charging on galaxy nexus

by DCharb0u81 / July 3, 2013 11:25 AM PDT

Having problems with my one year ols galaxy nexus only charging to 77% so I bought a new OEM battery and still only charges to 77% any ideas ?

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It has a one year warranty
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 3, 2013 11:43 AM PDT

My Nexus 7 was troublesome but Google's update helped. Why didn't you let them fix your Nexus?

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nexus battery issue
by shafeeqts / July 25, 2013 7:00 AM PDT

Its software issue not hardware

solurion 1

Under Location Services, uncheck Google's location services, and Location & Google search, (I also have GPS unchecked, but I don't believe that this is related)

After you are done that, shut down the device, then remove the battery, give it a second, put the battery back in, and start up again, then report back here with your results.

solution 2

Just update OS

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Tired of trying to get battery to charge fully.
by DCharb0u81 / July 26, 2013 10:20 AM PDT
In reply to: nexus battery issue

I did got to Verizon several times to try and fix the problem, tried all of the above, then was told because 1 year Samsung warranty is expired, I would have to get a refurbished replacement, plus pay 90.00 for it. I replaced my phone today with the S4. So far so good, thanks for all of your attempts to help remedy the situation.

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