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When battery was full charged no indication was shown by mobile.

While charging mobile, when it's full charged no indication was shown.
After 2 - 3 hrs charging , I put charger out and than put it in again the mobile start charging again. So please tell me how i come know my mobile was full charged. Thanxxx...

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Another way that you can see when you're phone is charging is if you turn your phone off and then plug it in to the charger. This will make the phone show you an Animation of a big Battery being charged slowly, if it shows 4 bars all the way to the top your phone is fully charged.

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