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How old is your 6600. Just remove the battery from the phone, keep it on a flat surface and rotate it. on a flat surface battery should not get rotated. But if it rotates, tht means you need to go for a change of battery. If you continue using the same battery for some months, that may cause damage to your mobile. So just do the test wat i told. It will indicate you for the change of battery or not..

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