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Versão atual de: The iPhone Guy ,

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This is a simple fix.
 
Your charging port is dirty. Filled with fine dust particles or pocket lint. Basically, the white part of your charger should touch the phone itself. If there is a gap, it'll need to be cleaned. The harder you press, the more compact it becomes. Use a tooth pick to dig at the port. Be careful not to damage on the prongs. These are near the bottom. I don't recommend using a metal pick as it damages the port very easily. Tooth rushbrush can sometimes work as well. Do this and you'll be up and running in no time.
Your charging port is dirty. Filled with fine dust particles or pocket lint. Basically, the white part of your charger should touch the phone itself. If there is a gap, it'll need to be cleaned. The harder you press, the more compact it becomes. Use a tooth pick to dig at the port. Be careful not to damage on the prongs. These are near the bottom. I don't recommend using a metal pick as it damages the port very easily. Tooth rushbrush can sometimes work as well. Do this and you'll be up and running in no time.

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Mensagem original de: The iPhone Guy ,

Texto:

This is a simple fix.

Your charging port is dirty.  Filled with fine dust particles or pocket lint.  Basically, the white part of your charger should touch the phone itself.  If there is a gap, it'll need to be cleaned.  The harder you press, the more compact it becomes.  Use a tooth pick to dig at the port.  Be careful not to damage on the prongs.  These are near the bottom.  I don't recommend using a metal pick as it damages the port very easily.  Tooth rush can sometimes work as well.    Do this and you'll be up and running in no time.

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