In total, I've been able to "resurrect" my phone three times using this method. It may well be that the way to avoid this is to start recharging before the battery drops below a certain point, say 20%.
Of course, all of this time-consuming power draining would probably be avoided if the battery were REMOVEABLE.
(Comment #3 of 3)
The trick I've found to finally get the phone to start charging again is to drain the battery 100%. I found this out after I left the phone unplugged for about 4 weeks and then, on a whim, plugged it in again, at which point it started charging normally. The phone worked normally thereafter, charging normally as well, until about a month later, when it repeated the behavior. This time, instead of waiting 4 weeks, I kept the charge cord off and forced the phone on by pressing the Volume Down and Power buttons together. At first, the "service (?) mode" appears for 20 seconds or so before the phone powers off. Keep doing this, and soon the "service (?) mode" flickers for just a few seconds before the phone powers off. Eventually, the "service (?) mode" won't even pop up, but you shouldn't try to charge it just yet. I waited two days to ensure the battery was 100% drained. (If you can afford to wait, I would avoid trying to charge it for as long as possible.)
(Comment #2 of 3)
To file under "Device won't charge", for Moto X4 (Android One).
My household has five Moto x4 phones. There are times when my x4 won't take a charge. I have tried all of the manufacturer-supplied charge cords when this happens, but it doesn't matter, so I've ruled out a bad charger. With one of the charge cords plugged in, I am able to start the phone up in "service (?) mode" by pressing the Volume Down and Power buttons together for several seconds. The phone becomes usable (while the charge cord is supplying electricity) when you enter "Factory Mode". (*NOT* factory reset!)
(Comment #1 of 3)
Media vez obtengan, podras ver un gráfico de la reputación que han obtenido con el tiempo.
Aquí está una vista previa de cómo lucirá el gráfico:
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