My LG V20 began having charging problems awhile back. The original data transfer/charging cable broke ages ago and I’ve been using 3rd party cables since with little problem. I finally thought maybe it was the battery, and bought a new one which arrived 50%charged and I charged it to 100% without issue. I then used my phone and it lasted most of the day with heavy use and drained the battery to 2%. Since then, I’ve not been able l e to reliably charge my phone. The icon for the battery looks as if it’s charging, and after charging it overnight, it said it was 60% charged. I turned the phone off while charging. The subsequent times I checked it, (supposedly still charging) the battery had drained even further although the phone actually said it was charging. I’ve ordered a new replacement cable and charger from Verizon, but am wondering if I ruined the new battery by allowing it to drain so far and why does the phone show and say that it’s charging when it isn’t? FYI, just prior to replacing the battery, the phone kept giving me the notice that I should connect it to the original charging cable for faster charging. Do you think that’s going to solve my problem or do I need a new phone? This one is a little over 2 yrs old.