Voltage Too High, Charging Paused - Galaxy Note / SII Problem

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  1. Kaustubh Katdare

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    Galaxy Note & SII devices with Android 4.0.3 firmware seem to have 'Voltage Too High, Charging Paused' problem. After upgrading your Galaxy Note or Galaxy SII to latest Android 4.0.3, the phones seem to display this message quite frequently, after interval of 30 seconds.

    I searched a bit online and found that this looks to be more of a firmware problem than hardware or battery related problem.

    Fix:

    I could fix the problem by going to Developer -> Turning On USB Debugging.
     
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  2. Harshad Italiya

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    Turning on USB debugging may be create problem while you are connecting with Computer.
     
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  3. Anoop Kumar

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    USB Debugging will disable to connect Kies ....
    I didn't faced High Voltage Problem:)
     
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  4. Harshad Italiya

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    you too have 4.0.3 ?
     
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  5. Anoop Kumar

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  6. Kaustubh Katdare

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    A lot of Galaxy phone users, especially the SII and Note users have been reporting this problem and there is not easy fix. However, it's too early to comment on whether USB debugging solved the problem. I"ll post if the problem persists.
     
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  7. Kaustubh Katdare

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    Nope, that fix didn't work. By the way, this looks like

    1. An ICS update error OR
    2. USB charging port problem. It's bit surprising that a lot of people are facing problems after upgrading their phones to ICS. I'd like to believe that this is Android problem, not a hardware problem.
     
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  8. Harshad Italiya

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    If it is hardware problem then you must got such errors in previous OS too.
     
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  9. Kaustubh Katdare

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    Sounds logically right. But it could be a problem with the hardware that only the latest firmware detects. So I can't say for sure. A lot of Galaxy owners are reporting the same problem and have confirmed that going back to Gingerbread hasn't helped solve the problem. Does anyone know a proper fix for this problem?
     
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  10. Harshad Italiya

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    Agree with you in this point. Custom ROM can be solution for this error. Or have to wait for OS update.
     
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