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Turn off started using the device but the device suddenly turns off while working on the battery mode even my battery is 95 % charged. i press the power button again the device starts and turns off again before starting the windows. Please note that this do not happen when i plug the power cable to the device.

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OH boy, I am having the same problem device just starts and gos off, I have not found any answer on the net yet, any help please let know


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  1. Verify that the OEM Charger and Battery are being used.
    • Only the AC charger, Car charger, or USB data cable that came with or was created for the device should be used; others can damage the device and/or battery.
  2. Is the device warm?
    • When using the device for prolonged periods of time, such as when you're talking on the phone, charging the battery or browsing the web, the device may become warm. In most cases, this condition is normal and therefore should not be interpreted as a problem with the device.The device has a protection feature that if the device becomes too warm (due to use of GPS while charging, BT while charging, using the device as a wireless modem, etc), the auto protection feature will be triggered and the charging process will be stopped. Once the device cools down, the device will then begin charging again.
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  5. Look closely at the battery contacts on the phone to see if they are bent out of shape.
    • If they are bent, the device will need to be exchanged.
  6. Try charging the device (try different power sources as well as chargers):
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    • Plug in AC Charger to device and outlet; is the LED indicating that the device is charging?
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The life of the battery between charging sessions will vary depending on which features of the unit are being used.
  1. Verify the you are using:
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  1. Make sure that the device is actually powering off and not just going into hibernate mode by pressing the power button once.
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  2. If possible, check the battery level by going to Start>Settings>More>Power>Power Management.
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  3. Try another battery in the device.
    • If the device stays powered on with a different battery, the issue is with the accessory not the unit.
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