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Discharging itself on its own

It discharges itself on its own. I charge it fully before i go to bed. then the following morning, the phone is very warm and the screen is frozen. and then i turn it off and on. when it comes back on, the battery's almost completely drained.

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Turn off Bluetooth, if you have a email client change how often you get the mail to manual.
Active Sync->Menu->Schedule->

Change the Peak Times....and the Off-Peak times to manual for best. Otherwised try every 2 hours or something like that to start with.

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