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Mobile World Congress 2019

Sonys Press conference from MWC took place end of February
If you missed it you can watch it here.
Please join the discussion here and share your thoughts on what was anounced here. MWC 2019 discussion.

Xperia Tablet Z2 does not turn on, batery dead, no charging

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Re: Xperia Tablet Z2 does not turn on, batery dead, no charging

My Xperia Z2 tablet stopped charging too. It happened when the battery was completely flat and so the tablet was switched off. I could not recharge the tablet (the red light would not come on).

I tried different cables, etc. No change. The problem was the charger. Sony, in its wisdom, has made the Xperia Z2 with a slow-charge battery. Continued use with a normal charger (these days most chargers are 1000 or 1500mA) causes the problem. It seems that these higher 'mA' chargers will work when you are topping up the power but not when the battery is completely flat. I was using a new charger (from my new Sony mobile) which is a 1500mA charger, and the red charging light would go off.

I changed the charger to a Sony 850mA charger (i.e. same charger that came with the tablet) and it now charges without fault, albeit slower.

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Re: Xperia Tablet Z2 does not turn on, batery dead, no charging

Just tried putting my tablet in the freezer, and amazingly it worked, well it is charging now at least.