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Phone keeps dying!!

My phone will work on the charger but when i take it off and get a message or call it dies!!!

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Sir, based on the things you have said, 2 possible source of the problem is the battery or the connector in the battery (it is where you plug the charger). The battery maybe the problem since it can not stand on its own supply. It needs the charger. And the reason for the connector is it may not be charging the battery. Hope it clears it sir.

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