Question about Nokia 6500 Slide Cellular Phone
The problem could be virus, scan your phone for virus and if you have done that and yet the battery still drain quickly, then, it means the battery terminal on your phone is corrode that is why it drains your battery quickly.
Change the terminals of your phone battery and you will see that your battery will last you longer.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sony Ericsson phones have built-in Bluetooth capabilities which allow them to be connected to a computer or a Bluetooth-enabled accessory such as a headset or speakerphone without using wires. Since Bluetooth does take some power to operate, most Sony phones default to having the Bluetooth powered off to conserve battery power. You can power on the Bluetooth on your phone fairly quickly.
Press the "Menu" button on your phone and then select "Settings" from the available options.
Select "Connectivity" from the Settings menu, and then select "Bluetooth" from the available options.
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