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Charging LED?

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Just bought an Ascend G300.

Bring it home and put it on charge but the LED turns green immediately, only flashing orange for a split second.

The battery was about 70% charged when first turned on.

Should it not stay orange until reaching 100% charge?

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On standard settings it turns green when it reaches >90%.

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Just bought an Ascend G300.

Bring it home and put it on charge but the LED turns green immediately, only flashing orange for a split second.

The battery was about 70% charged when first turned on.

Should it not stay orange until reaching 100% charge?

No, it goes green when it reaches a certain level, which I think is around 80%.

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Thanks. I'll let the battery drain to about 60% and try.

Amazing little phone for the price!

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Leave it for 5 minutes. Mine does this, stays green but after a while starts charging properly and turns yellow.

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It may be worth checking the cable.. I've got a couple of 'skinny' cables in my draw that just refuse to charge the thing or only partially charge it... it seems to like more solid chunky ones

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I've let the battery drain to 60% but when plugging in it still turns green?

Should I take it back and get it changed?

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Does it really matter if the light is a little inaccurate?

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Does it really matter if the light is a little inaccurate?

I guess not.

How orange should the LED be when charging? Maybe it is the right colour and I just don't notice the difference?

Edit: OK I must be going colour blind or something. Just downloaded an LED colour tester of the market, and I can see the difference between the green and orange LED now.

It has in fact been orange the whole time :blink:

Sorry.

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