The Xiaomi Mi Redmi Note 10 was launched in India just a few months back. However, the brand gained a reputation for delivering high-quality cellular devices at a price comparatively lesser than other brands.
The brand also does not advertise their phone models like top brands like Samsung, LG, and Moto etc. However, each product from the brand have something unique and the cost is comparatively lesser than most of the top brands.
The flagship device Mi REDMI NOTE 10 was launched in the year 2021 in March. The device boasts 4GB RAM, 64 GB ROM, and an Qualcomm Snapdragon 678 processor, which came with a reasonable price tag that called for a huge competition with other brand devices with same specifications. But, one of the drawbacks noticed after a few months was that few of the customers reported the device to the not charging.
In this article, we would help you troubleshoot the Xiaomi Mi REDMI NOTE 10 not charging issues. Most of the issues could be solved simply by following a few steps and procedures as mentioned below.
Troubleshooting Xiaomi Mi REDMI NOTE 10 not charging issue
Xiaomi Mi REDMI NOTE 10 not charging issue could be a result of
- Inefficient charging cable
- Broken charging port on the device (hardware issue)
- Software issues
- Inefficient charger
Here, below I will be explaining the simplest ways to find out what the real issue is.
Inefficient charging cable or inefficient charger
Inefficient charging cable
- Step 1: Pick up your device and plug it into your personal computer
- Step 2: Once, plugged in check if the personal computer detects your device
If the personal computer does not detect your device, then you could simply conclude that the issue is with your charging cable. Now, you will have to get yourselves a new cable.
On the other hand, if the personal computer detects the device, then, the issue is not with the charging cable.
If you find your charging cable working perfectly, then, the issue would be with charger. Try replacing the charger with a brand new one.
Broken charging port on the device
If you find both the charging cable and charger is working perfectly then the problem could be with the charging port on the device. To find out, follow these steps.
- Step 1: Plug in the cable to your device and your charger and then plug in the charger to the power supply socket.
- Step 2: Your device will not detect the charger and the device will not be charging.
- Step 3: Now, with the device plugged into the power supply, try holding the device in different angles and check if the device detects the charger. Suppose, If you find the device detecting the charger
You could simply conclude that the issue is with the charging port on the device. To solve this issue, you will have to consult with the nearest authorized Xiaomi Mi service center.
If you could not find the issue through any of the above-mentioned methods, you could simply conclude that your charging cable, charger, and the charging port on the device is working. Now, the issue could be with the device software. Here are a few steps that you could try to solve the software issues.
- Reset your device – Most of the software issues could be solved if you reset you Xiaomi Mi REDMI NOTE 10 to factory settings. To factory reset your device, you will have to turn off the device and then press the volume up+ power key. Now the device would prompt you to select the function to perform, select “Wipe & Reset” and then “Wipe all data”. Now, the device would be successfully reset.
- Try installing battery saver apps. There are many apps available on Google Play Store or Mi Apps
- Try updating the device software. All you have to do is simply navigate to your device settings option and then, click the about option. Now, you could find a “System Update” option, click this option and then the device will check if there are any updates available. If available, it would prompt you to grant permission for downloading the update. Once, downloaded the update will be installed automatically.
- If all the above-mentioned steps could not help, then, you could try international MIUI ROM flashing or to flash the custom ROM.
If none of the above-mentioned methods could solve your issues, then, you should consider talking the device to an authorized service center nearby and report the issue.