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Most phones become hot when used for a long time. If the phone is getting heated during charging, thats normal. but if the phone heats up in minutes of a call then you need to take it you a repair centre. If you have Warranty, it will be a good idea to take it to the poit of purchase.
You either have a bad battery or you have a bad charger. If the phone heats up when you plug it into the USB port on a computer then you know that the battery is bad and needs to be replaced. If the phone does not heat up and you get a normal charge from the USB connection then you know that the battery is good and the charger is bad.
hi this is a good sign the battery needs replacing if you take your phone into a phone shop and just ask them to see if it needs a new battery or not they wont charge just to have a quick look at your phone but the chances are the battery just needs replacing if its getting hot then this is a sign the battery isnt holding any charge causing it to over heat. This is a common problem with most phones. let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
This is NOT good, I have actually heard of phones actually catching FIRE, truly, this is not a great idea. ALL equipment needs air flow around it at all times, especially though, when charging. Too much heat in any event will prematurely kill the unit.
If it's getting hot - the battery is bad. Once the battery heats up, they can become a fire hazard! Seriously - I know it's kind of funny, but replace the battery. This will probably solve your "not holding a charge problem". You can usually get a battery on ebay for around $5. And usually you can turn around and sell the phone on craigslist for $50 once you get your new one.. <BR> <BR>
If it doesn't get signal with a new battery - the internal antenna is probably faulty - this will happen if it's been dropped one too many times, or had some other sort of hard impact.
One or more part are getting hot in your phone due to short circuit. Water damaged phones normally have this problem. Battery gets charge but it discharges quickly for that leakage. You can try yourself. Disassemble the phone. Put out the main PCB and connect Battery. Now observer which parts are getting hot. Clean the PCB properly and change that parts if you can.
Chances are that your battery has fried. But before you buy a new one try leaving the battery out of the phone overnight. Then put it back in the phone and plug the charger in. Even if nothing seems to be happening leave it plugged in for a few hours. Sometimes, it takes a bit of time till the charging begins (I have seen this happen on rare occasions). Worth trying before you buy a bew battery.