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Battery suddenly won't last

I've had this phone for a year and a half. I've only ever charged it about once a week. Suddenly the battery will discharge in about 4 hours. I borrowed a battery from another phone and it does the same thing. Any ideas?

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Razr phones are known for poor battery life. There is no solution but to get it repaired or buy another phone that is not a RAZR

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