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I have the HTC One and the battery takes forver to charge up and the battery is also very quick to drain down when I use apps is this normal?

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You battery is most likely damaged/defective, maybe water damage to the battery check the edges of the battery there should be a tiny white sticker with red X's on it if the sticker is all red then it has water damage. But could just be bad battery I'd buy a new one.

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There is probably something running in the background that you may not know about. Some apps have a tendency of running even if you think you have exited it. I know Skype had a issue where it would not actually stop running even when you exited out of it.
Go to the Market and download an app called Current Widget. It keeps a log of running apps and services and how much current each of these pulls from the battery. You can look at the log and try to pinpoint the troublesome app or service. If it's a app you don't need, uninstall it. If it's an app you need, you may be able to force quit by using a task manager.
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I have the same problem. Try this: 1) remove the battery, 2) plug the phone in the wall, 3) put the battery in. I tried that sequence of actions a few times and finally after a few tries it is recharging. (I read that tip on some other Internet thread, to put the battery in while it is plugged in).

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