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My battery broke so I ordered a new one. As soon as it came I put it in and used it for a day. Since I just got it it died quickly, so I went to charge it and it said on the screen "unable to charge." I didn't know what to do so i ordered a new battery and got it for free because I said my old one was broken. I repeated the same process and when it died, I charged it. Once again it said "unable to charge." How do i fix this problem?

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This not the problem with battery you need check the changing pins in the mobile , they may be defective you need to replace them get it done by the company if your phone is still under warranty ....

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