Hi everyone, I've had a Galaxy S6 for a while now (old school but I like it) and I've been experiencing a problem with regards to charging. Intermittently, it charged at a relatively fast rate, but sometimes, it would charge so slow it would be almost an hour before it went up one percent. To put it into context, when the phone is off, it charges normally, no problem. The problems occur when the phone is on, and even at the mid-power-saving setting and lowest screen brightness, it's still slow, and if I use it while it is charging, the percentage goes down. Like I said, I've had this problem before, and the "solutions" haven't been concrete. I have done the "wipe data cache partition" trick and that has worked, but recently it hasn't been as effective. My cord is fine, I've cleaned out the charging socket, but no matter the outlet, it still slows down. I am wondering if any of you have any ideas. I am not interested in changing the battery, or doing a factory reset, so I want to keep ideas easy and cost-effective. Thanks!
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