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Charging problem I have the cell for the last 18months. When I charge the screen displays 'charging error, stop charging' accompanied with beep. Sometimes it doesn't charge but if let as such it does work. I have changed the battery but same problem.

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Maybe is the charger te one that have the failure
try changing it if not, maybe the cellphone terminals are damaged and you need reparation

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