Some of them listed below are: We have compiled this list of tips after years of using different Samsung Galaxy Android phones. In this post, we will guide you through troubleshooting your Samsung Galaxy phone with the moisture detected error message. Does DELL warranty cover the AC adapter and the charger port? Now the charger keeps slipping in and out, and when I do manage to keep it in, the "Battery" icon shows tells me that its not charging even when it shows the outlet sign right next to the battery. Start with trying a new AC adapter -- if the jack is damaged, these can be replaced; the parts are inexpensive. If you find the phone is usually charging, you can be assured that the problem has been resolved. Hold the phone near your mouth and gently blow into the charging port. A can of compressed air can also do the job. Also, if you can answer this, (not that you have too, just if you can) how much would It cost to manually fix it vs. how much it would cost to have someone like GeekSquad to fix this? Please help me. There are several Galaxy phones that have had the issue of keep showing this error even when the phone never went near any water source. I started to adjust it and it happened again and again. I have a Dell laptop 3000 series with intel hd graphics 5005u with 4 gb ram as I remember. Charge the battery using + or – terminals. On most systems, the jack is a cabled part that plugs into the mainboard. The Inspiron 5100 is an obsolete model. If you need a link to the exact part, post the full model number (Inspiron 3521, 3337, etc.). We can sort of bypass the warning and allow your phone to fully-charge by doing this: Another option users can try out once they have assured that water isn’t actually in the phone, charging via safe mode. Press down on the nozzle for 1 to 2 seconds to blow air into the port while holding the straw steady. The phone should now be in recovery. If you don’t see any options show up, press power button. To clean the cable, take a brush, dip in alcohol and gently clean them from both ends. They generally cost between $10 and $30 -- if you can replace it yourself, it's an inexpensive repair. I was really depressed because a middle class guy like me could barely afford 50$ for anything like this. Did you take it out in the rain? When I came back , what I saw was my charger was connected to my laptop and the white light was still on but the thing that changed was my laptop was not giving enough fps. I need a new charger port. Here is how you should clean the port: Take a small piece of tissue paper and roll it from one end so it becomes a little pointy and small. Now the charger keeps slipping in and out, and when I do manage to keep it in, the "Battery" icon shows tells me that its not charging even when it shows the outlet sign right next to the battery. I'm using an Inspiron 15 5100, is the motherboard connected to the charging port?