Question about Cell Phones
I plug my phone in to charge it and it says fully charged but the minute I unplug it it dies. I tried a new battery, same thing happens. Could it be something simple to fix?
My phone is 1 week old and it does the same thing
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
It may be that the phone is detecting the wrong level of battery power, it can be a software bug - so check for firmware updates on Samsung's website. If you get no where with that, it's likely to be a hardware fault in which case, look up the warranty and see if you can get it repaired.
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
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