So, I was working on a school project when my phone vibrated. I checked, and it had died. No problem. Then I remembered. I left my charger upstairs. I cursed myself for not bringing it down. I then, however, found my Surface Pro 3 charger coiled up a few metres away. Score! Me, being the lazy **** I am, decided to use it to charge my phone. After all, it shares the same micro USB head. So, I plugged my phone in. It vibrated, and welcomed me with the default S7 screen that usually comes on once charging. I left it for about 30 minutes, and continued to work. Fast forward 30 minutes, and I see my phone is off. Strange. I tried to power it on, but nothing happened. I tried plugging it in, nothing. I tried a different power source/brick/cable/everything, and nothing. Did I just kill the port of my S7?