Most infinix smartphones comes with in-built flash charging technology but as time goes on it start developing one problem due to one reason or the other.
Infinix flash charging feature is a special technology which helps in speeding up your charging status. Though the infinix flash charging is a form of fast battery charging that requires a special charger to function. If you use any other kind of charger, your Infinix smartphone will not charge faster.
Using an non infinix charger in charging an infinix device, the charger will dispense only the charge/current that the phone supports. you are therefore advice to get an infinix flash charger which is usually labelled 5V/1A” they are standard chargers (very slow). Some chargers labelled “5V/2A” are a bit faster. We recommend that you look for chargers labelled “9V/2A”and above.
If your charger begins to malfunction the flash charging signs will disappear. So therefore below are some problems and solutions to fix in the flash charging issues.
Infinix Flash Charger Problems and Solutions
1. Your Infinix smartphone is not charging at all
At first, it is a good idea to check first whether or not the problem isn’t a faulty charger. Simply try another charger (it doesn’t have to be a special/fast charger this time) with it to see if the phone now charges. If another charger does not charge the phone, then it is likely that your phone’s charging system is faulty and needs to be fixed at an authorized service centre.
2. Your Infinix smartphone is not charging fast
There are chances that the special flash charger is faulty. To verify this, try another flash charger with the phone. If it charges fast with another special charger, the problem is your charger (usually the cable) and should be replaced.
If your Infinix smartphone still does not charge fast when you use another special charger, the problem might be the phone’s charging port. You will need to visit an authorised service centre to have it fixed.
3. The battery does not charge up to 100%
In such case, it can be due to the battery approaching its end of life and needs to be replaced. If the phone in question is a new one, then there is a problem that needs to be fixed at a service centre. There is also probability that the battery has a factory fault and needs to be replaced.
If After Applying all above solution and the problem persist, you are encouraged to visit an Authorized Technician or Service center. Also note that not all infinix smartphone comes with flash charging technology. Hope this helps?