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Bad phone or bad battery?

I have a RAZR from a few years ago - I think it's the first version that came out. I have a problem with my phone just dying even though the battery shows it has half its charge. I have to remove the battery and put it back in and then hold down the on/off button to get it to load but after a matter of 30 sec to a minute it does the same thing.

 

Also with the same battery, it has been 'charging' for 7 hours overnight, but this morning the status display was still showing the battery at empty.

 

Please help!

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Hi

 

try replacing your batt...

if samething happens worst is you have a hardware prob...

but try replacing your batt first...

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