I'm hoping someone can help me with this. Basically we have a non-Apple docking station at work, and we all take turns to plug in our iPods and iPhones to listen to our music. The moment I plug my iPhone in there, a message pops up saying that "Charging is not supported with this accessory"
This honestly doesn't bother me at all - the message pops up on everyone's device when they plug it in.
The thing that really bothers me is that now when charge my iPhone at home, with the official cables, etc., the same message pops up. Most of the time, if I remove the cable and re-insert it, the message doesn't appear and my phone charges normally again.
This problem only started after I plugged my phone into that docking station at work, and now it just won't stop. I've restarted my phone and everything, but I can't believe that the problem's just not going away. I'm not even using the docking station anymore... No one else at work is experiencing the same problem.
Is there anything I can do about this, or will that message never stop appearing when I try to charge my iPhone?