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infinix zero 1 ( x506 ) no responce after charging problems

#1

Hi,
I changed my screen and then there was problem with the charging and battery and computer identification
now it was all dead no response whatsoever
before it was identified to computer with difficulty now it wont


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#2
(04-27-2016, 05:55 PM)ficu24 Wrote: Hi,
I changed my screen and then there was problem with the charging and battery and computer identification
now it was all dead no response whatsoever
before it was identified to computer with difficulty now it wont

first ensure that this isnt an empty battery issue
* check if the phone's USB / Charging port is still good
* or try a different USB cord
* if you can try another battery.. see https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-8523.html for how to remove / take out the battery of an Infinix Zero X506 Android phone
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#3
I will try buy another battery and try it
is this could be a problem in the charging socket
is this could be a hardware problem in the motherboard
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#4
(04-28-2016, 10:15 PM)ficu24 Wrote: I will try buy another battery and try it
is this could be a problem in the charging socket
is this could be a hardware problem in the motherboard

Don't buy a new battery yet.
Just take out and re-insert the battery
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#5
I take out and re-insert the battery and nothing changed
could it be a preloader problem?
is there a way to test the battery?

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#6
(05-15-2016, 09:40 AM)ficu24 Wrote: I take out and re-insert the battery and nothing changed
could it be a preloader problem?
is there a way to test the battery?

use can use a multimeter if you have one
or manual method try the battery on another device
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#7
I dont have neither of them
what is the next step
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#8
okay I found a multimeter with my friend
how can I use it as the battery endings are hidden inside a case
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#9
(05-15-2016, 08:22 PM)ficu24 Wrote: okay I found a multimeter with my friend
how can I use it as the battery endings are hidden inside a case

You will need to unplug it from the board
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#10
okay I unplug it from the board but the battery ends with wires and it ends with white plastic casing that is small for the multimeter probe ( test pins )

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