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Batteries draining problem?

My phone heat up during charging and the batteries don't last for more than
12 hour . I change with a new batteries "not samsung" brand. still
won't keep the charge. Should I buy brand name batteries or there is
something draining this phone.

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This problem can be caused by many factors. Use of the phone can drain battery life for example if you use the phone for browsing the web or as an mp3 player, even to make or recieve calls the battery life will not be as long as it would if just on standby. also if the battery hasn't been conditioned or is being over charged this can also lead to short battery life.To resolve the problem try conditioning th battery, basically let the charge drain completely out of the phone until the phone actually switches off, then charge the phone for 24 hours. Next time the battery goes ded only charge for the recommended charging time (this info can be found either in your phone user guide or by contacting the customer service department of your network provider).

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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