I really appreciate your answer. I have the very same issue like in the other topic and it looks like it is hardware related. I am going to the shop where I bought it and change it.pcmanbob wrote: ↑Fri Jul 19, 2019 7:13 amHi.
I suggest you read this thread as it seems to be the same problem you are having.
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... 8&t=245144
The USB phone charger is a decent one, an original Google Pixel 3 phone charger.
It doesn't matter how good the charger is - chargers are not power supplies. The Pi 4 is not a Pi 3. Get an official Raspberry Pi USB-C power supply.Esskaaell wrote: ↑Fri Jul 19, 2019 5:01 pmThe USB phone charger is a decent one, an original Google Pixel 3 phone charger.
I have an original HP power brick also with 4A. I tried it also connected to pins. I use this one to power my Pi 3B+ with an SSD for a while without any issue.
So I think this not a power issue.