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If the battery was not charged for a longg time then it will develop reverse polarity there by reducing the life of the battery going below the threshold level. It will then not allow the battery to build up charge and so this must be replaced. In some cases a higer voltage JUMP START might improve the battery base voltage but is not very efffective except to check and confirm.
1.call your provider 2.tell them about unlocking your phone 3. remove battery and sim 4.replace batt with no sim 5. type unlock code 6. remove batt and put sim back in 7.replace batt 8.apply cover 9.power on 10.YAAAY its unlocked.
hi im josh in cebu phils. may i help you friend? As an experience mobile technician i say that it is just simple friend don't worry. Friend try to open your back casing remove the battery underneath or behind the battery you will see the 4 or two metal terminals connected to your battery you just bent that exactly that it will touch the battery prong. be sure that all terminals will touch the prong of the battery when you installed the batt. because it is were the current passes so that it can enter your batt. and if it is not contact or attached it cannot enter your batt thats why not charging will occur.so be sure that terminals
will contact or attach the batt prong. so that your problem will be solve. good luck friend hope i help you.
well i can say I have had this issue before myself alot of the time it was due to interferance, lots of metal and steel in the way I had calls come in VM 4 days later make sure your always close to a window if there is lots of metal or tin around.
other then that I would contact your local dealer and tell them of the issue and see if there is something that can be fixed on the unit or if it is just a flaw of the phone itself and if possible upgrade or downgrade of the phone to one that will work correctly in your enviroment.
you could cut the plug of your battery chrger and take the wires black and red wires and take the battery and touch the black wire to the negitive side and red to the postive there should b 4 gold bars (were u touch the wires to) u need to use the outside two not the midle ones then tape them down not covering the middle ones with tape put the battery in the phone and tape it make sure the middle gold bars arnt being touch it will not work
I had this same problem a couple of months ago, battery appeared to be charging but got emptier and emptier, tried different chargers and no improvement etc.
Friend has same phone, used their battery in my phone which was charged and phone was working fine, meanwhile, charged my battery in their phone and it charged fine and then for 2 months no repeat of the problem...
then last week, it happened again, trouble is this time i'm on school holidays and can't use the friend's phone for another 3 weeks!
have you let the battery go totally flat as this is recomended to do every couple of months because if you dont let the battery go totally flat this stops the battery from full recharging and will cause bad cells in the batt so i would let hte battery totally flat till it wont even light phone up then fully charge for 16 hours see if this improves the battery if not then the charger is probably over heating and cutting off so you could replace the charge hope this is some help to you