For last few days whenever i put my cell phone for charging it takes 3-4 hrs to get fully charged bt max after 1 hr...... it starts showing low battery and gets off......... so again i have to connect it to charger ....... and the problem continues........ plz....... give a soultion........
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try letting the battery completely die and recharge it. Do this 2 or 3 times. Sometimes "topping up" a partially charged battery puts a memory into the battery and it wont allow you to do full charge.. I let my Nokia get to its last legs before replacing the battery with a spare and then fully charge the other one. Both batteries are now at least 6 years old.. Yes , its an old phone...
There could be 3 different things wrong: 1.) Battery is no good. 2.) Charger is no good. 3.) The port where you plug the charger into the phone is no good.
I would take it to your local mobile provider and ask them to test the phone, battery and charger. They will be able to tell you which one it is...battery and charger are pretty cheap fixes. If it is the port, you normally are better off getting a new phone.
There are basically 3 types of chemicals currently being used for cell phone and laptop batteries. Ni-cad, Ni-mh and Li-ion. There is a fourth makineg its way in Li-ion polymer. A couple things are consistent for all types of batteries no matter what chemical is inside. You must initially give the battery a 12-14 hour charge on the home charger. (Don't use a cigarette adapter for the first charge. This conditions the battery and don't take it off the charger that first time even if the charging indicator says it's full after 3 hours. Also the manufacturer's also state to run it thru 3 charge cycles. What that mean's is that you fully charge and fully drain 3 times. 1 full charge + 1 full drain = 1 charge cycle. Here's where the way you charge the battery starts to differ.
Ni-cad: Mostly only on older devices, has a "memory" effect, should be drained before a full charge is put on it, should be removed after overnight charge or can be overcharged and burnt out.
Ni-mh: Still used for some devices, has slight memory effect but not enough to have to fully drain before the recharge, should not be consistently left on charger after full charge that can eventually burn out battery and shorten usage time.
Li-ion and Li-ion polymer: Used on a lot of newer devices, has no "memory" effect, should be recharged as often as possible, actually likes to be charged and draining it regularly can cause the usage time to be shortened, can NEVER be overcharged so whenever you're near a charger put it on there. Besides those benefits a li-ion battery is lighter and smaller but the chemical can hold more charge than Ni-cad and Ni-mh.
So the one reply to your question said to error on the side of draining the li-ion batteries. This is incorrect information. You want to charge the battery before it gets below a 20% charge. Also batteries will not go bad from accidentally doing the incorrect charging procedure here and there but normally follow the correct procedure. One last note try to use the home charger more often than the cigarette lighter charger for best long term results. Cigarette lighter chargers do not give a full charge (about 95%) which in the long run can damage any type of battery listed.
Your phone might need a battery replacement as this problem happens when the battery pack is starting to fail due to improper charging. Also, frequent unexpected shutdown of the phone might result to further damage, thus battery needs replacement.
U are saying that u have bought this mobile 2 yrs back so check wither ur battery has been expired and change it.Otherwise switch off ur mobile and put it in charge and check it out the normal standby for any mobile is 2 to 3 hrs.Kindly check it and revert back
Either your battery is shorted (diagnosed with an incurable disease) or your charging port is damaged. Examine the port of your charger and determine if looks in the same condition as it has always been.
Best way to diagnose your Nokia 3230 is to try a new battery. If the new battery will boot up the phone and charge the device, then you just needed a new battery. If the new battery only works to boot up the handset, but still fails to charge then your charging port is damaged or failed.
1. Maybe there's a virus.
2. Often restart can drain the battery.
Format it by pressing the green key or call key + no. 3 + asterisk(*) at the same time. But 1stly, turn off ur fone, then b4 the NOKIA logo appears, hold these following keys altogether. You will see the "Formatting" word afterwards..
Format it by typing *#7370.
I looked up the battery specs for your phone. They are 3 X 200mah= 600mah battery packs. They should last 8 hrs talk time with the headsets. This style of battery pack in my experience only last about 1 1/2years and sometimes longer and "sometimes" shorter...much shorter. I bet you never had problems when you first got them. Basicly this "battery design arrangment" goes back many years before newer battery technlogy was developed. But designers still insist on using them even today. They are cheap to make.
****Time to replace them with new ones.****
Make sure you follow the mfgs charging instructions:
"After battery installation, place the handsets in their base unit or charger and allow to charge for 16 hours before use. You can keep the battery charged by returning the handsets to their base unit or charger after each use. When the battery is fully depleted, a
recharge takes about 12 hours. Average talk time on a fully charged battery is about eight
hours depending on environmental conditions, standby time is approximately four days."