08-03-2014 8:02 PM - edited 08-03-2014 8:10 PM
I've had my Galaxy S5 for a little over three months now. I tried to charge my phone this morning but when I plugged the cable in it wouldn't charge. I tried to restart my phone and I also did a soft reset by taking the battery out and putting it back in. I also used another charging cord but that didn't do anything. I also tried plugging it in to my computer but no luck. I believe that there is something wrong with the USB port. I didn't spill anything on my phone but I accidentally dropped it onto the wet grass last night and the impact opened my charging cover and It was a few minutes before I realized I dropped it and picked it back up. I inspected the inside of the USB port but there doesn't seem to be any damage or corrosion. Any suggestions on how to fix this or is this something I would have to get repaired?
08-04-2014 1:23 AM - last edited on 08-05-2014 7:33 AM by ATTDmitriyCM
If your phone is in warranty then you can claim it. But it must be rapired there will be charging IC problem when it is dropped by you.
08-04-2014 9:25 PM
I actually went into my local AT&T store today. They inspected the phone and since there was no physical damage or corrosion they said it was a manufacturing defect and replaced my phone.
09-24-2014 10:17 AM
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11-12-2014 7:39 PM
My AT&T Samsung S5 will not charge. I have two factory chargers. I have done everything, including plugging it into different wall sockets, computer, swapping charging cables, you name it. There is a bad connection and if I push the charging cord the phone will sometimes charge.
I bought insurance on this phone when I purchased it about three months ago so how do I easily and most imporetantly, quickly replace it?