How To Test the Charging Cable and Port on a Galaxy S22

How To Test the Charging Cable and Port on a Galaxy S22
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is an excellent Android smartphone with many options, including built-in diagnostics.

One such diagnostics option can test a charging cable and the Type-C USB port to be sure it is working correctly.

What is the Galaxy S22 Cable Charging Diagnostics?

The Cable Charging Diagnostics option allows a user to test is the port is charging the battery and what type of charging is being done.

It will display if the phone is charging, fast charging, time to fully charged, and if the cable is working normally or not.

This is a good feature for those who are having problems charging the Galaxy S22 and is useful for troubleshooting.

How To Test the Charging Cable and Port on a Galaxy S22

  1. Swipe down from the top of the screen and select Settings (Gear Icon).
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  3. Scroll down, find and select Battery and Device Care.
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  5. Select Diagnostics.
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  7. Find and select Cable Charging.
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  9. Plug in the USB-C charging cable.
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  11. The status of the charging port and cable will be displayed.
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Why is my Samsung S22 Not Charging?

There can be several causes of a phone that will not charge, including bad cable, dirty port, bad app, and more.

The first step is to test the cable and charging port using the diagnostic menu.

Swap the cable out to see if it is the source of the problem or if the port is having the issue.

If the port is the issue, it often has debris inside that can cause no charging.

What Charger Does Galaxy S22 Use?

The Galaxy S22 can use a wireless charger or be charged using the USB-C port on the bottom of the phone.

The phone can be charged at a rate of 45 watts which allows it to go into fast charging mode with the right charger.

Older wireless chargers will usually work with the S22 but may charge at a slow rate.

A newer wireless charger will usually charge in fast charging mode.

Using the USB-C cable will charge it the fastest and is best used when a charge is needed quickly.

Summary
The Samsung Galaxy S22 has built-in diagnostics that can test multiple parts of the phone, including the charging port.

This is very helpful when trying to solve problems the phone may be having, such as no charging or slow charging.

If there is an error with the S22, first swap out the cable to see if that is the issue.

If the cable is swapped out and there is still a problem, the port may have debris inside that needs to be cleaned out.

Usually, any debris inside the port can be blown out, which often solves issues.

Have you had any issues with the Galaxy S22 charging diagnostics? Let us know your thoughts below.