Make sure you blue tooth is off. Also if you on the mobile internet, play your songs alot or have your screen brightness or screen saver or brightness on or up too high it will drain the battry also make sure something isn't on that should be off.
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First Option: mostly nokia chargers doesn't make problems... just try the following.. connect ur mobile with a system (usb cable)... found out whether it is charging or not... if the same prblm appears then there is a prblm in ur cell phone or power jack(socket)... if it charged with usb cable buy a new charger Please change Phone Bettery and check the charging IF Charging Problem not Solved So
Second Option: Your Phone charging IC Fault So Please change charging IC And charging Problem will Solved Quickly
If your Phone is only 6 weeks old then you are entitled to FREE WARRANTY REPLACEMENT. So before you attempt any trials it is best to check this out.
The battery must last at least for over two years in the worst case and so this can be a case for claim.
try all the defaults the last four digits of the phone number last programmed to the phone then standards defaults for all phones are 9999,1234,4321,0000,1111 if none are successful you will have to hook the phone to a charging station which is at the verizon wireless store I do believe they still have the software if they dont they will need to replace the phone either by upgrade to a verizon phone (two year contract) or activating an old phone you own or bought online elsewhere or got from a friend etc. or insuarnce claim which is fifty bucks and they give you the same model i have to say of all the razors thats the good one so if you do go with insuarnace i wouldnt accept anything else they might throw at you as comparible its not
If the charger is plugged in, the phone is hooked to it, and it still will not come on, I would think it's a charger or electrical outlet problem. I think most phones will bypass the battery power if they are plugged into an outlet, so try another wall plug, and if that wasn't it, try a different charger. If a different outlet and charger don't solve it, it may be time to take it to the store to be checked.
Hi try this I had a new Blackberry which required charging every single day, take out battery and press and hold the on button on the phone for a min, then put battery back in and try charging again! mine is perfect now again.
Somebody told me that it's to do with static or something that builds up and flattens the batt.
I hate it when that happens! Batteries for cell phones these days are designed to only last about a year, and then the life will slowly decline from there. However, you seem to just have a faulty battery.
If you bought your phone through Verizon, they have a limited battery warranty program that lasts for one year. You can go to your nearest Verizon store and have them replace it, but make sure you bring your charger as well, they may want to just troubleshoot and test to make sure your charger isn't the problem.
If you are far from a Verizon store, or did not purchase your phone through them, you can purchase the batteries very cheap on ebay.. You wouldn't believe the markup on them!