My phone seems to be shutting off all by itself. The battery is fully charged, but it still does that. It even shuts off when I press a key. Please help on some fix it solutions that does not entail going back to the manufacturer!
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Hello my friend,this could lead to two problems,or a phone hardware problem or battery problem,if your phone is more than a year old try to change the battery,i recommend you to buy a new one and see what happens.Even if its shows that is full if the battery gets old do this strange things
CAUSE:The Nokia's problem of shutting off is a design flaw.The tension in the spring at the positive contact is too low to keep the battery in contact with the negative pole.
SOLUTION:Just wedge a small piece of paper between the actual phone and the positive side of the battery(not between the contact) .This will prevent the battery from shifting away from the negative pole which causes the phone to shut off... Hope this helps.
i had the same problem for a long time. took a piece of paper and wedged it at the top of the battery to force it tighter to the battery contacts at the bottom and the problem went away for the most part. Prior to this fix, my phone would 'reboot' itself or turn itself off several times a day...