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First, make double sure that there is nothing left on that would drain your battery. Secondly, if you have ANY doubts about the integrity of your battery (even if it tests out O.K. at your local parts store), replace it.. Myself, if my vehicle ever fails to start correctly , I get a new battery. In the long run, poor batteries are the most expensive batteries you can have. Batteries can also have an intermittent internal problem that cannot always be detected by testing. My opinion, in a nut shell is that you need to replace your battery.
NO. It is meant to be used. You are not doing anything that it is not meant to do. But, remember that if you use the BT connection then the phone may get hot and use up more battery. In the long run it may be harmful as the battery will wearout that much faster and the heat has always caused damage everywhere. So use the cable connection as long as you can. Bt is fine but the phone had to work double, by working the BT to work the GPRS. In case of cable it just has to concentrate on the GPRS.
sounds like a signal problem check the bars of signal on your phn might be the antena try placeing your sim into one of the other razers and see if call goes through and let your service provider know they can send all info to phn like a new activation might be a issue where you cant connect to a tower if thats the case youll need to talk to your service providers tech department and have them check for the lrn easy way to see call your phn and see if you get dead air or fast busy signal
DC Jacks are commonly failed on all laptops period. Its a port where the Consumer is applying pressure to the board and a cord is constanltly getting pulled. Dells are a pain at times because the jacks are sensitive and the layout is not in My opinion a good design. IE: Inductors, Caps, Data issues..And Other components cracking from normal use. These are also not a cheap jack by industry standards and weve repaired a ton of them..
Try an adapter first but I am doubtful it will solve as you stated the connection was bad prior..
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Very doubtful that disconnecting it is related to the problem. Make sure batteries are perfect. If that doesn't help try the light banging tip. It is always worth trying. It is not uncommon for connections to wear, loosen or decay over time. There are many contacts and connections in a camera. Banging it from different positions against your palm may help it make connection or make a better connection and correct the "electrical connection" problem. I always try "using the hammer" before scrapping something or sending it off for repair.