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Most of what I see is hardware failures, and this is a common one called 'fake charging' that can happen after water damage or drop damage damages in phones which causes a hardware fault on the logic board. I had an iPad mini lately that had a similar problem---charging okay but the battery percentage never went up or down....that one turned out to be a tiny resistor near the battery connector had rubbed off.
Did this just start happening on it own out of the blue, or is there some history here?
jessa
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+Update: iPad 4 fake charging is probably a burned U2 charging ic chip, just like in the iPhone 5. I have seen this a lot this year

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Contribution d'origine par : jessabethany ,

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Most of what I see is hardware failures, and this is a common one called 'fake charging' that can happen after water damage or drop damage damages in phones which causes a hardware fault on the logic board.  I had an iPad mini lately that had a similar problem---charging okay but the battery percentage never went up or down....that one turned out to be a tiny resistor near the battery connector had rubbed off.

Did this just start happening on it own out of the blue, or is there some history here?

jessa

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