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replace the battery with a new one. Many battery types create a 'memory' when used repeatedly without a full charge. stopping the charging process prior to full charge lowers the level the battery 'expects' a full charge to be. Do this often enough and you will create a battery that expects full charge to occur at zero charge.
When your lg lsp 350t is fully charged, it stops reading like it is charging. You can also turn off the phone and plug in the charger, once it is full, the battery meter will turn blue or show battery full. \but when the phone is on, the way you will know that it is fully charged is that the battery shows a full bar and does not charge anymore.
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If your phone won't turn on, please try to charge it and then turn it on. If it turns on, then it means that the battery doesn't have a charge. If that's the case, plase charge it for a few hours and remove it once the battery indicator says that it's full. Otherwise, if the phone is still not turing on after charging it, you might need to replace your battery.
Since you want to format the phone you can follow this steps in doing that:
Method One Verify that your phone does not have a discharged battery. Charge phone until battery icon shows a full charge. Save all personal information to the MMC memory card. Turn off the Nokia 6600 and remove memory card. Simultaneously press the green dial key, the "*" key and the "3" key. Continue to hold those three keys while turning on the phone. Do not release the three keys until the formatting message is displayed on the screen. Wait for a few moments while the phone reformat. Once completed, the phone will be restored to fresh out-of-the-box store defaults. Reinstall personal information from the MMC memory card.
Method Two Verify that phone does not have a discharged battery. Charge phone until battery icon shows a full charge. Save all personal data to a removable memory card. Turn off phone and remove memory card. Turn on phone. When phone is fully powered up, key in the following sequence, "#7370#". Answer "Yes" when phone asks if you really want to format phone. Enter pass code "12345" when the Nokia 6600 asks for the confirmation code. Wait while phone reformat. The process may take a few minutes. Replace the memory card and restore personal data.
Have you checked the battery? May be it is very weak and that's why its not charging your phone.
Try to get some using the same battery with your phone, borrow his or her battery, and test it with your phone to confirm if the fault is from the battery or not.
And if you don't find someone to borrow you the battery, simply look for a desktop battery charger, remove the battery from the phone and charge till it gets full then insert the battery back into the phone and power it to see if it turns on.
firstly the battery from new will need charging for about 8 hours to boost it after that it should reach full charge in about 1 hour it will charge if it is on or off and when off should show a charging bar how ever there is no way it will recognise when fully charged so dont leave over night otherwise it will reduce battery life greatly
You need to replace your battery. When you do follow these steps to preserve battery life.
1. Fully charge battery for 24 hours
2. Make sure that you use the phone without charging it until the phone tells you the battery is low.
3. Fully charge the battery until it reaches full again.
The reason your battery is failing to hold a charge is a problem call battery memory. The less power that you use off the battery the less capacity the battery has.
You just have to charge it fully but not for long as soon as it turns full battery then swithch ur phone off then take the battery out for a sec then put it back on then turn ur phone on then it will work for a longg timeee kk..
you simply fried your battery by overcharging it. Just get a new one, let it fully charge and fully die twice before you start normal charging. Then you will want to only charge it for about 2 to 3 hours or find a charger that has a smart chip that tells it when to stop charging once the battery is full.