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Let ur phone completely die. Don't charge it or anything when the low battery notice comes on. After it completely dies, put it on the charger only until it says charge complete. U might have to do it a few times to get ur battery performing as it should. If you charge ur battery too often, it causes ur battery to swell (weird I know) and your battery starts resisting charge. Hope this helps!! (I used to have the same phone and the same problem. I did this, and now my mom is using the phone and has an exceptional battery time)
A couple of things could be the problem. A special circuit detects when the battery needs charging, it is suppose to charge the battery, that could be bad.Sometimes, a special circuit charges the battery WHILE playing the movie. The battery could be 'dead' not charging and the same circuit tells it to bypass charging and go directly to turning on the set. If you got it from a person that has the knowledge, they could have bypass the charging circuit and wired it to just turn on. You did not say that you got it new and in 'charging ' working order. Usually the batteries have to be replaced after a number of charging. [you did not say how long you had the machine. If you know how to do it, replace the batteries. If not get someone to do the job.The cost of batteries and labor.
Found this tip on another site. Connect a PP3 battery to the Exilim battery for 30 seconds. (+ to + and - to -) and then refit to the charging cradle and hey presto, it worked!!! My guess is that it is due to battery being totally flat, and the trickle charge from the charger, isn't enough to get it going. This could also explain why some new baterries have the same problem.
You might hook your charger up to your battery and check the voltage that you are getting when it is fully charged. It may be that the charger is bad.
Your voltage when fully charged with the battery on it should be a little over the rated voltage of the battery.
Just a thought. Be sure you are using the correct poweradapter/charger also.
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