Question about Cell Phones
I'm sorry to hear about your misfortune. Basically this leads me to believe there is one or two possible problems with your cell phone.
Have you dropped the phone at all or got it wet ? These can cause the problem your having. If neither of these two things have happened the phone itself may just have been doomed to go defective before it even left the factory.
My other theory is that the connection between the battery terminals and the main circuit board are shorting OR one of the component's on the main circuit board is defective.
If this is the case then there is little you can do yourself unless you are an electronic and cell phone repair tech. The cost of paying a specialist to fix it typically is NOT cost effective compared to replacing the phone itself.
Post back with some answer's to my questions and I will promptly assist you further.
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Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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