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Battery drains quickly during normal even without using video and cameras.

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  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    i have the same problem with my phone, battery drains quickly without using it, bluetooth is turned off, i replace a new battery same thing happened. it was started when my brother transferred pictures from his phone, the usb wont work after that, battery drains quickly, what could be the problem?

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If the bluetooth is on that could also be draining the battery quickly if all these things are off and the battery still drains quickly then replaced the battery

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