Sign in 2,586 1,367 Don't like this video? The age of the comment is also irrelevant, as the technology and practices still exist - thus the comments are relative. 0 10 months ago Reply 500M Consumers Reached Yearly Copyright Only suggestion is that you consider replacing the charging port that you can purchase from here and follow some simple steps also provided by iFixit. My I Phone Does That Too . 09/15/2015 by aniyaamccauley There is no way tha Apple can solve it by update? http://admitcore.net/how-to/usb-cable-for-iphone-5-not-working.html
If you're charging your iPhone or iPad by plugging it into a PC or Mac, try plugging the cable into another USB port if that doesn't work. Any help would be appreciated to solve This cable or accessory is not certified and may not work reliably error. Very annoying. 04/27/2015 by bigkace I currently have the same problem, I think I found out why it's happening for me though. Obviously it is something in the circuitry in the charger block.
I love them, as they give me a lot more working room - and they work - doesn't matter which direction the plug is turned. Sure, the packaging might read "2.1A" but if the charger isn't made by a reputable company or isn't a product carried by a trusted retailer (the Apple Store, Carriers, Radio Shack) So assuming that is not the case, here are the most likely reasons why you'd see the "This cable is not certified and may not work reliably" error message with an This is more likely to happen with an iPhone, but I’ve seen it on an iPad where carpet lint and even Playdough was jammed in the charger port, and causing a
To my knowledge, this might be a bug in ios7 or 7.0.3(I am using 7.0.3).I did experiment to a little to see a workaround and after 2 days, I found a Thanks!!!! I have posted some snaps for your reference,To give further info,When the reverse the connector to the "not working side-Lets say Side-B" side on the phone-end, I am getting "Not certified Non Apple Charger Not Working Fix Its like saying someone could invent an extension cord that is special.
September 24 by KVisscher Alas, no commission check from Apple, as "Apple certified" in general means that some producer (e.g. How To Fix An Iphone Charger That Won't Charge Yeah bought 2 new from Apple so far they work. Reply Jocelyn G. directory LikeLike John Coffey - 4 months ago Reply I will not buy another iPhone that uses the lightning cable to charge.
It went away by reconnecting the cables. Iphone Charger Cable Not Working Because the iPhone and iPad Lightning USB charger cables can be expensive, many users will turn to the third party offerings to replace a torn or frayed cable, and these cheap Best solution is still to replace the cable and charger by a new "Apple certified" one. (So not necessarily made by Apple, but some brand and model approved by Apple; e.g. Freeze the charger in front of the a/c and no more problems.
Unplugged it, restarted the phone, checked for stuff in the charging port, checked the lightning connector, everything seemed fine. http://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/iphone/how-fix-broken-charger-iphone-ipad-ipod-apple-3594847/ This started happening after my batter drained and I put the phone on charge. How To Fix Iphone Charger Cord However, if you have a third-party, non-certified power supply, that could send potentially dangerous voltage down the cable, whether that cable is certified or not. This Cable Or Accessory Is Not Certified And May Not Work Reliably With This Iphone Other people hate them.
Should be shiny gold. this contact form The Apple branded Lightning cables are by far the worst ones I have seen over the years. No problems here. I should not have to pay $40-$50 buck for extra chords I keep to ensure I can always charge a device if necessary. How To Fix A Charger Cord Android
They are for sale on ebay here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/161878232458? It's definitely NOT good business practice to make cables stop charging after a month or two of use.I guess they are ok with all this being public and that the fact Just started today. have a peek here Reply SunnyD says: March 14, 2015 at 10:26 pm I have an iPad Air 2 bought in Dec. 2014 and needed the longer cable so picked up an Apple certified one
Turn on airplane mode 4. How To Fix Iphone 4 Charger I've tried all the fixes, and now think our electrical problems are at minimum a factor, if not the cause of our problems - may not be an apple issue at Was this answer helpful?
Less Likely, Something is Obstructing the Cable Charger or Port A much less likely reason to see the error message, but still a possibility, is that something is physically obstructing the the warning shows up and it wont charge or sync. It was rather expensive for a cable - but I believe it is an officially licensed/certified cable.I bought two cheap cables from a seller on eBay that claimed (in fact, the How To Fix A Samsung Charger Cord Just selling more and more services (that they purchase to put out of business) that we do not want and will not pay for.
And since I got my phone at new year, I've gone through about 5 chargers, only 2 were apple and the others weren't. The Cable is Junk or Poor Quality The first and most obvious reason to see the error is when a cable is not certified by Apple, which is often the case NO CABLE IS EVEN PLUGGED IN. Check This Out What do you know of me?
Apple has a web page designed to help you identify counterfeit or uncertified Lightning cables and accessories. Loading... Sign in Transcript 1,095,219 views 2,585 Like this video? So, I compared the cords very carefully from both phones.
This does not regulate the voltage as well as the original AC adapter as the power is coming from the alternator. Let's dive in: Do I Need A New Battery? Just discovered it was the charger USB block. Reply John says: April 13, 2015 at 12:34 pm Truly sinister…I could see if high speed communications required an expensive cable, but charging?
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