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We’ve always had a charger with our Android phones since we bought them. However, we sometimes use this charger to charge two devices at once, such as a phone and a tablet (phone and tablet, for example). One charger no longer works reliably over time. A damaged charger cable often leave us stumped on what to do with it.
The USB cable has a little chord inside that bends slightly and doesn’t connect properly. Damage to the wire itself may also be a factor. What’s next? I have no idea.
Your cable might be damaged in a variety of ways. Repairing minor damage is possible in certain cases, however buying a new charger may be more cost effective. Make a thorough assessment of the damage before attempting to remedy it.
Breaking is the most prevalent problem with your charger. It’s possible that your cable may snap at the plug or near it. It’s a common problem for all sorts of cables, even those that don’t have a detachable USB cord. If your cable becomes a little frayed where you regularly bend it, it won’t hinder its performance. However, you should not disregard the problem, since it may result in long-term consequences.
In other cases, the sheath of the cord is discovered to have broken. In certain cases, the damage is hidden from view by the USB or other device. It’s difficult to tell just how much harm has been done. There are a few locations where your charger might go wrong, and we’ll show you how to fix it.
The answer is obvious if anything like this were to occur. Use a pair of scissors or a wire cutter to cut the wires at the break point. Take off the protective covering. Remove any broken wires and align the length of the cables so that they may be plugged in more easily. Insulation on both sides of the cable should be removed to a depth of around 2mm. Re-attach the wires if necessary. Using a crimper is the best option. Re-isolate and re-secure any space, ideally using tape. You’ve got a working charger now.
Depending on where the cable broke, it may need to be replaced. You may, however, begin by making an attempt to correct the problem. The necessary connection must be purchased. At this moment, cut the wire at the fractional position Remove around 5mm of the cable jacket and 2mm of insulation from the conductor. Follow the diagrams for the micro USB and USB to connect the wires. Insulation tape should be used to seal the plug in place.
Try soldering the wires to the motherboard if your charger’s USB port cannot be disconnected. How to do it?
Make sure that the damaged cable is disconnected from the power source. Cut the battery charger in half. Old wires on the motherboard may be unsoldered and removed. Connect the motherboard’s wiring after wrapping the power cord and wires in insulation. After the cutting point, assemble the charging case components.
In this case, even though your cable seems to have been broken from the outside, you should not overlook the issue. Insulation tape may be used to join spliced sections of cable together. You’ll be able to keep your charger in working order and prevent more serious harm.
Using this procedure, you should be able to repair the cable on your Android charger. Please leave a comment if you have any other ideas on how to do this.
Electrical tape isn’t pretty, but it’s generally cheap. You can take your time neatly wrapping the cable to reinforce it, but the best way to prevent any more damage is to wrap the split or fraying part of the cable several times with electrical tape, then work your way out from that spot.
Check that your cable and charger are working. Try them with another device. Check that the cable is securely connected to the charger and to your phone. Check that there’s nothing in the port of your phone, like dust or lint.
A common culprit is the charging port. For starters, go ahead and check if there is any dirt or debris in the port. Something as simple as a dirty port will mess up your charging. You can try cleaning it with a brush or compressed air.