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Hi there.
This is a real problem we people are facing these days. Many of us don't get enough battery timings on our Phone.
I must suggest you to use the following thing and they will help you to some extent to fix this problem.
1) Try to Turn off all the Apps that are on at some fixed time instant.
2) Turn off WiFi if you ain't using it.
3) Turn off your GPSS if you ain't using it.
4) Keep the Brightness low.
5) Keep your phone on Stand-By if its not being used.

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