Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
Try charging the battery with the phone shut off - overnight (if you don't already do that). Check the phone out for a day and nothing changes then look into replacing the battery(out of pocket $40-$60 usually for a brand name battery) . If the phone is under a year old and you received it new from your wireless carrier, the phone would be covered under a factory warranty. What that means is you can contact the phone manufacture and get a free replacement battery within the first year. A thought to keep in mind however, if you use your phones extra's like bluetooth or wireless connections if available - this can affect battery life as well. If you haven't already - try setting your bluetooth (if you use it) to the setting that it only works when you power on your bluetooth headset if the phone allows this.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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