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My Nokia N95 battery discharges in 6 hours.

This was purchased in Oct.2007. Even if battery is fully charged, it is discharging in 5-6 hours. Do I have to replace the battery?

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    battry drance in 6 hours

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Check WLAN and bluetooth first if it is switched on it will end up in short battery life Secondly

may be ur battery is faulty bcoz sometimes battery life ends in 1 year if charge cycles are enuff it also depends how ur phone OS handles the battery usage i mean how much it needs to standby and work and also the network quality i mean signal strength how hard ur phone has to strive for signals in remote areas or far from towers

pls try this first b4 buying battery

try resetting the phone like this

1) *#7370#, then enter 12345 (This is the default security code unless the user has changedit) and then Yes. The phone then wipes all apps and phonebook contactson the internal memory.

if problem persists then pls update urphone software from www.nokia.com select ur region and ur phone fromlist then download software update application backup ur data if itlets u do it and then download the phone software and update ur phonewith latest software if problem is still there then

Buy a battery !!
PLS RATE ME FIXYA for help !


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