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Battery discharges fast

My battery discharges so fast and slow in charging. What can I do?

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Hi, first of all you should check your battery if is swell, you do that by taking it out of the phone and put on the table and try to see if it spins, if she spins that means that you have a bad battery, for more details check this video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZMucxfNsds
If that doesn't help you then you should go with your phone to a GSM Service center cause there might be a hardware problem with you phone.
Hope this help!
Cheers!

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