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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It would be helpful to know just how quickly the battery is going flat, and I'm assuming there's no history of the phone having been damaged, but... Try swapping the battery for one from a friend's phone. If that cures the problem, you need to buy a new battery (they don't last forever). Otherwise, try charging the battery fully in a friend's phone using their charger, then see how long it lasts. If this lasts much longer, the problem is that the phone/charger combination isn't charging the battery properly. Mix and match chargers and handsets (mark which are yours before you start, or you will get mixed up) to identify where the problem lies. If the battery isn't old and tired, and the phone is charging it properly, then the problem must be that the phone is drawing excessive current. This could be because you've got it set up to do some power-hungry thing (backlight continuously on, playing MP3s or FM, promiscuously Bluetoothing or IR communicating, etc). Shut down all the functions you don't actually need at the time and see if that makes any different. Once you've eliminated all those, you're left with the liklihood that the phone has a fault which is making it draw excess current. Not good news, but at least you've eliminated all the other possibilities. A.
Posted on Jul 25, 2007
Your battery might be bad and you need a new one or your battery port is bad and needs to be replace.
If your interested in purchasing a battery or trading in your phone visit our website at www.usedcellphoneshop.com
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
SOURCE: MY PHONE WONT CHARGE
The power cells lost the ability to accept a charge. Noting you can do will revive the energy absorption. Replace the power cells and charge for 24 hours. Use the phone until the charge has completely drawn down and the phone shuts off. Re-charge over night to set the battery memory for a full charge. Your done!
Posted on Feb 26, 2014
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