S9peak stop charging
i have a problem while do charging my S9peak. My S9peak stop to charge and re-charge itself till fully battery . I tried to change new USB cable and adaptor , but cannot help to fix this 672635981.116183.mp4
interesting, I think I’ve been seeing similar behavior with my S9P while charging, didn’t pay attention when it started to happen, initially I thought it was due to the power source I was connecting the cable to, but haven’t really figure out what’s going on, and now that you see this behavior , makes me think I wasn’t the only one
@s-pichi For me, this occurs because the watch is not contacting the charger well enough. Do a soft reset, clean the back of the watch as sweat, etc. can cause poor contact and clean the charger contacts. Make sure the power source is not limiting the current as the watch has a quick charge feature.
@brad_olwin thanks for your suggestion , i will try to test and update again .
Hello @S-Pichi !
Did you resolve this problem?
I saw same behavior on my S9P and fast drying battery (> 5%/hr).
And today my watch gone to black screen during charging.
Now I’m waiting when battery will discharge.
@S-Pichi yes, I have the same problem. I bought s9peak 2 weeks ago. I’ve tried to clean contacts, but nothing changed. Also tried to change chargers, from cheap ones, to original Samsung’s phones.
@xfizer and others,
try to rotate the charger base some degrees clockwise or the opposite.
With my SV, recently, i discover that contact between charger base and watch is not optimal if just let randomly “sticked” with magnet positionning “decision”
watch was continously charging/not charging until i rotate a litle bit, and i became good.
@xfizer and others,
I have a similar probleme, I remark it depand of USB adaptator. If I use the USB charger of my phone (Xiaomi) no probleme, with generic USB (low power, low quality…) I have the problem
Mine stoped charging completely . I think (hope also ) it is related to the charging cable.
I will try to charge it by contacting the pins directly from a 5v usb output but I am quite concerned eventually I may have to buy a new cable or a new watch …