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This is because the only power the phone is receiving is from the power cord from the wall. When this problem occurs, it is because the battery in your phone is completely dead and not capable of receiving a charge (in other words the battery is fried). the solution would be a new battery. A tip on avoiding this problem in the future would be to only charge the phone to a "full charge" and then remove the charger. Avoid leaving it on charge all night while you sleep as this is the main cause of battery death. Also car chargers are another culprit, which is an un-known fact. a car charger uses a different kind of electricity which is stronger. If you have ever noticed that if it takes an hour to fully charge your phone when it is plugged into the wall, it may only take approximately 20 minutes to fully charge the phone in your car. So you if you must charge your phone in your car, charge it for no longer that 10 to 15 minutes at any one-time. good luck
let the battery drain off fully, remove and clean the contacts and battery contacts. replace and put the phone to charge, once fully charged , allow it to remain for 12 hours.
Now check this out, if the timing has changed, if so repeat,
Other wise the battery needs a replacement.
First, every phone battery has their own required / maximum time of charging. Charging it before going to bed will over charge the battery.
Since you're getting 75% of the battery status, it means that the battery is now starting to become defective. The best thing that you may do is to buy a brand new battery for your phone.
Most brand new batteries requires 6 to 8 hours of charging. After the initial charging, the next charging will be 3 to 4 hours only. BUT, you have to make sure that the battery runs out of charge before plugging it in to the wall socket. This will make the battery life lasts long.
it wont harm your phone they just recomend 24 hours to make sure the bat is ok and that it gets fully charged but remember to let your bat go totally flat from time to time this will prolong the life of your battery as it does them no good just keep topping it up so i sugest to let it go totally flat say once a month this will keep your battery lasting longer between charge hope this helps