Question about Cell Phones
I'm confused how to solve it.
DOES IT SHOW FULL BATTERY POWER on the DISPLAY?
If it does, the phone device itself could be broken - take steps to get it replaced.
If it doesn't - if it's not the battery, it's the charger. Try a different charger - make sure while it's plugged in - the display shows that the charger is charging it, blinking - or bars going up or down, or a thunderbolt on the display etc. It could still be the battery - there are such things as OUT OF THE BOX FAILURES, where you get a dud for a battery.
All in all, trade someone for their battery, or their charger - if you dont wanna buy one at first. See if the problem follows your old battery etc.. Buying a battery or charger is usually like $5 on ebay, so that's much better than replacing the phone.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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