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FatPuppy

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I got this message on iOS 7, 6 and now on 5.0.1, jail broken and non jail broken. This is an iPhone 4 and the charger is the original one came in the box, also the charger never got damaged. Every time, I have to unplug the iPhone and than, even at 50%, it shows "fully charged" sign.
 

GGJstudios

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I got this message on iOS 7, 6 and now on 5.0.1, jail broken and non jail broken. This is an iPhone 4 and the charger is the original one came in the box, also the charger never got damaged. Every time, I have to unplug the iPhone and than, even at 50%, it shows "fully charged" sign.

Are you charging from an AC outlet, or from the computer? If from the computer, which port are you using?
 
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FatPuppy

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Every time I charge my iPhone, I get this message on the lockscreen

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GGJstudios

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What country are you in? That is certainly not the OEM US charger.
Agreed. It is not the OEM charger.
Your charger may not be damaged, but your power cable looks like it is. None of mine show that little "wrinkle" at the plug like yours does.
That's just the plastic coating on the cable, which bulges due to flexing. It does not mean it's damaged. If it were damaged, the OP would not be getting that error message, but rather charging simply wouldn't happen.
 
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FatPuppy

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Yes, it's the European version with those 2 big metal pins. And the cable is wrinkled on both ends like that from 1 year and a half. I bought the iPhone in June 2011.
 
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