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  1. DeathFreak0990

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    When i plug the cable in "micro usb" slot phone slows down. Like it freezes so much (it happens about 2-3 minutes) and if i google it i can't find anything useful. Anyone knows what to do ?
     

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    The charger you are using is not compatible with the Smartphone. That's Why.
     
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    The charger you are using is not compatible with the Smartphone. That's Why.
     
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    But i am using the og charger that came with the phone inside the box
     
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    Lenovo Vibe K6 Note is an outdated Smartphone now. Bro, get a new Smartphone. A lot has changed since then.
     
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    A friend told me that he had a problem with the charger and he put it in the fridge for 1 hour or so than problem was solved. If i do this would it solve the issue ?
     
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    No...in fact it could damage your Smartphone afterwards.
    The reason for your problem could be anything from a faulty charger to a faulty circuit board or transformer of the place where you're charging... I.e. abnormally high voltage input.
     
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    ok thanks :)
     

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