Question about Cell Phones
Swap the battery, If you are sure that the battery is fine,.
1. Corrupted Motherboard - lYou need to purchase a new motherboard for the phone which might cause you more than half the original value of the cell.
2. IC's blown out - More likely the reason - Open the cell phone. Take a voltmeter, Check for the blown Ic's or diodes.The blown out Ic's must be swelled in shape. Change that and enjoy.
Note - If you are not sure how to change Ic's, Take your cell to the nearest shop and get it done. It's a minor fix.
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Posted on May 11, 2009
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