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Not sure if it's loose USB-C ports, but it seems like the adapters are very to sit cross-legged) it seems to put pressure on the USB-C cable/port.


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I have tried using other cables and also checked that the OnePlus cable works fine on all other usb-c ports I have. The issue is definitely in the.


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Buy yourself a USB-C magnetic charging cable (Get one with data transfer). Cut a small piece of masking tape and wrap it around the magnetic.


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When the USB Type Mini-B connector first started being used for cellphone cable in smartphones become loose over time or the phone's charging USB port? Why can't my phone fast charge with the USB type C when it worked with my.


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Not sure if it's loose USB-C ports, but it seems like the adapters are very to sit cross-legged) it seems to put pressure on the USB-C cable/port.


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To ensure smooth insertion and removal, a certain amount of space is left between the data cable and USB port. This does not affect the regular charging and.


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Hi Oliver. As you've checked to make certain there is no compacted debris within your charging port and, presumably, that the cable and.


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That has to be a pocket issue. One possibility is just that you are wearing pants with more lint-y pockets, and that switch to new wardrobe just happens to coincide with your switch to a USB-C phone. Too bad the charger that came with it is dead. Frennzy wrote:.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} But I very seldom put it in my pants pocket. Quote: Is there any chance of shorting the port with a metal pin? Not sure if you think the 4 is required or not, but the Pixel 3 has wireless charging too. Quote: I have had a few Micro cords which only worked at the correct angle, but those never had the power or data speed compatibility issues which come with C. Like hester, I think you're mostly picking up crap in your pocket. Upon further reflection, I have had a few Micro cords which only worked at the correct angle, but those never had the power or data speed compatibility issues which come with C. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The USB port has been so loose that the slightest vibration would break the connection, causing endless frustration A few forum posts recommended cleaning out the port to improve "grip", so I did just that with a stiff brush last night. If the physical port is loose then one is SOL. I'm a rock climber and fingerprint unlock doesn't work after climbing. I could just use a pin or something, but I'm concerned that the sharp point will damage anything that's behind the cloth covering. The camera and reliable software updates Win. I had the same problem with my USB-C phone. There's nothing in the port, it's just loose. This is a common problem, and affects Micro USB and Lightning, and pretty much every other port out there just as much. Only certain cables work and only at certain angles. And I would recommend a toothpick or flosser over a metal item; harder to accidentally damage the internals with wood or plastic. The wafer in the port makes cleaning it a lot more delicate than the open Lightning port. Despite all this, I'm sticking with the Pixel line. It's either in my hand, on the table, in my car's cup holder, or a convenient shirt pocket. I guess cleaning lint from ports could be considered one of those purposes. Rooting around once a quarter keeps the connection pretty firm. I have been thinking of getting one of those gummy cleaner things they make for cleaning car vents and such. I don't know, that's just an idea, could be something else entirely. As an update, I've found that twist ties work well in a pinch to clean out the port. I had to end up replacing the phone under extended non-free warranty and the replacement went back to a satisfying snap and a connection strong enough to lift the phone by the cable. I have had my OG Pixel wow Never had any such problem with the USB-C port. Now if it weren't for the poor battery life, I'd stick with this phone a lot longer I'm waiting on the 4 because it has face unlock. Also, I think all my phone's have gotten port gunk but the naturally more loose USB C causes the issue to be more frustrating. Lots of gunk was extricated over 10 minutes, and afterwards the connection has been I still won't rely on USB C headphones for a call, but raising and lowering my standing desk at work no longer breaks charging sessions. It's probably the cord, but I don't have any other C to C cords other than that single one which came with the phone which I could swap and see. You've had far better luck than we've had then. I usually don't use a SIM ejector tool, since a safety pin can be used for other purposes in a pinch emergency button repair, for example , whereas a SIM ejector tool is unifunctional. Is there any chance of shorting the port with a metal pin? My original one eventually got looser than a hot dog down a hallway and I fear that they're the same Foxconn connectors, maybe a similar batch given the similar age of the phones. Again you've had better luck than we've had. Wireless charging should help a lot. The headphone adapter has the same angle issue. Are you going with Google phones only? You're Not Alone 30 posts. U wrote:. Otherwise I'd go for the 3 with the current discounts. This finickiness is garbage. U wrote: Any tips on how best to clean this piece of junk port? Frennzy wrote: That has to be a pocket issue. So you might want to consider adding one to your standard travel load out. Quote: I'm hoping my phone holds out until I can get a Pixel 4. What nonsense is this? And bending happens pretty easily. U wrote: asbath wrote: Are you going with Google phones only? I can't imagine that I wouldn't lose them, but they do make these little port covers for just this purpose. This degree of looseness without any contaminates in the port or the plug is the problem I had with two brand new Pixel 3 units back in November. I usually clean out my ports with the pointy end of a safety pin. Not sure where you fall on the whole phone case situation, but you might consider a case that has a flap to seal off the port. Dug out a pile of compacted lint and now it works perfectly. I pretty commonly wake up to a partially charged phone. There's no power running through the pins. Just solved this issue by using safety pin to scrape out lots of compacted lint. Safety pin cleaning no longer works for me. The best thing I've used is just Silly Putty. Again, insufficient data to say, but hopefully USB-C will reduce that failure rate. Of course all of this only applies to connection issues caused by debris in the port. It's just apparently laughably easy to bypass Samsung phone UIs are so bad that I would rather shout at a rock that has Googly eyes and tetanus. No amount of cleaning the port or replacing the cables with better cables ever provided anything more than a slight marginal benefit. I've never had any issues with my USB-C port. Any tips on how best to clean this piece of junk port? Was surprised how much there was! I guess I could use a normal pin, but a safety pin is easier to hold and manipulate finely. Moderator et Subscriptor. Maybe a wooden toothpick to dig around first on something like a port, but even on those speaker grills with the microscopic holes, I've never had it leave any residue or putty behind. I almost RMAed it. My speaker openings and USB-C port are pretty cruddy. Works great. Have had no issues with the port, though. Pitches have become much smaller with USB-C so there's an increased possibility of a pin lifting, internally. I love this so much right now. I carry one around when travelling anyway to swap SIMs. Because if you're not too worried about security, Samsung phones have face unlock too. We have tons of micro-USB that bent and became intermittent to the point that we've been keeping spares on the production floor. I'm hoping my phone holds out until I can get a Pixel 4. Same situation here, and I don't have any build up of lint or other small trash. Die fast. Unfortunately, there's not much I can change in my lifestyle or attire to reduce USB-C cruft, so I guess I'll just have to continue cleaning the port. The solution? I don't have a Pixel, butttt The issue is almost always the jack of the phone or whatever device, and it's only dumb luck if I can get it working quickly. It's just apparently laughably easy to bypass. Two of my friends with Pixel 2s have the same problem. I'll be curious if you continue to have issues after cleaning. It's bad enough you never know if a USB-C cable will carry the wattage load or data speed you expect it to, but I can't even count on the jack or cable to work reliably. I haven't has a USB-C port or plug break yet?! The only cable that made a reliable connection was the one that came with the Pixel 3, but that same cable was extremely tight on other devices, to the point where I was worried I might damage other devices with it. Sometimes rapid charging works, sometimes it trickle charges.