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Moble phone loseing power to soon

Full charge only last for a little while

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Try avoiding frequent charges. If possible charge only when the mobile has discharged up to a very low power, say 20%. This increases battery life. For now allow your mobile to drain out completely, then follow the above approach, you may observe an improvement in the battery life. If still it does not improve, you need to visit a servicing centre.

Disclaimer: This is purely based on my experience.

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