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Battery The phone gets discharged after just one conversation, Any idea what to do?

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Hi, Your problem may be because of a virus.. this happens quite often with MOtorola... and please have a look for formatting the mobile once if you can... All de best... HAppY VoTinG...

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Hi, tvsuja according to your problem i guess your phone is to old. than obiously your battery's also to old.so i sugest you to buy a new battery.

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