Issues have been reported regarding the LG V30 which concerns its charging ability which some owners have claimed that it is defective or ineffectual. This has caused owners a lot of hassles and inconveniences. Now some have thought that it was a charger related issue, so they went out and bought a new one. Unfortunately this is not the case. The following guides below will show you some of the quick and easy steps to fix the problem when the LG V30 wont charge properly.
These are some of the most basic reasons why your LG V30 won’t charge properly. This includes, but is not limited to the following:
- Bent, broken or pushed in connectors on the device or battery.
- Phone is defective.
- Damaged battery.
- Defective charging unit or cable.
- Temporary phone problem.
- Phone is defective.
One thing you can try is to see and check whether the cables on the LG V30 is still effective and can charge properly. This is because the cable can degrade due to the normal wear and tear of regular use of the device. What you can do is to try swapping it out with another USB charger that is functional and see if the culprit is really the cable.
Reset LG V30
Another fix you can do is to try and reboot your LG V30. This is because there might be a software bug that is not properly registering that your phone is charging while being plugged to a charger. The caveat is, that this is only a temporary fix and it probably won’t solve your charging issue entirely.
Clean USB Port
Blockage like dust, hair, and other particles located in the USB port can also affect the charging capability of your LG V30. If this is the case, you can clean your USB port by putting a small needle or paperclip and jiggle it around the USB charging port and get everything nice and clean. This is the most common source of the issue of charging woes on your LG V30. But a word of warning, when cleaning the USB port, be very extra careful not to damage anything by being gentle when cleaning it.
Get Support From Authorized Technician
Now, if you are still experiencing the black screen issue despite doing all the required steps to fix the device. It is highly recommended that you take your smartphone back to where you purchased it so that it can be checked for any defects by a licensed LG technician. This is so that it can be replaced if it actually has factory defects.