Question about Nokia N81 Smartphone
My phone's charge do not long last,but battery is new
The socket or power source you are charging from may be the problem it must have correct voltage and the correct current if it does not it is underpowered and may not charge the device a classic example is trying to charge a Nokia C2-01 from the cigarette lighter with a usb to micro usb cable when the engine is idling it is not charging the phone once the RPM is increases the alternator starts to work harder and the phone starts to charge.
you should try an original Nokia wall socket charger to see if that solves your problem, if not post here your result
Posted on Jun 16, 2015
If you cant change the ic right away buy a cheap clip battery charger were you take off your battery and just clip it to charge and yes it might be the ic problem
Posted on Jan 10, 2015
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
Your Phone charging IC Fault So Please change charging IC
And charging Problem will Solved Quickly
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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First you would need to check the connectors on the charge cable and if its still not charging, then do a hard reset which means totally power the device down and then power it up and then try and charge again. Your charging cable might be defective. You can remove the battery go to bottom of device, remove memory card, then use a small screwdriver. But I would first try the first two steps because removing the battery on this device would require you to dissemble the whole device
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