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Discharging fast I bought my I-mate KJam last year in june. Since the last 2 months i am facing a unique problem. The battery charges upto 100% but soon discharges to 75% in 1 minute itself in idle condition (without even talking to someone). And furthermore it discharges even more as i talk on the phone.

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Sounds like your battery has had it mate - grab yourself a new generic, see if that fixes the problem, otherwise try a complete software reinstall

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