It sounds like the problem is either the battery itself or the metal contacts inside where you put the battery have become corroded. To replace the battery, you have to take the device apart, which can be tricky. If you buy a replacement battery online, most of the time you will receive instructions on how to perform the replacement yourself. If you don't feel comfortable doing the replacement yourself, then check with some of your local geek shops and see if that's a service they offer.
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Hi, this is a very common problem with all smart phones they use so much of their battery that the battery life drops really quick the only option you have is to get the battery replaced this will then solve your problem for a while but its not going to last forever, if you go to your nearest phone shop ask them if they have got an heavy duty batteries for your phone, they do make them but are hard to come buy.
one other thing to remember is this, once a month let the battery go totally flat let it go so flat that the phone wont even light up when you press the on button, now do a full charge over night doing this keeps the battery at its best and prevent any bad cells forming so if you do this say once a month or every 6 weeks it will prolong the life of the battery by load so bare this in mind when you get a new battery.
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It looks battery completly drained and dead (as It took so much time), the best way first to check "Circuit" status in Battery through Voltmeter (poles)..or another way go to any cell phone shop and give a trial with another batterty to check status of your unit.
Mda Vario's don't charge when turned off, heres what you do.
cut wire off a usb lead the small end strip the red and black wires, put the red wire onto the posative connection where the battery is it tells you what side is posative and negative on the battery, use black with negative and red with posative making sure that no wires touch the other metal strips in the phone, replace battery plug usb into computer and start up the mda and wait for it to boot. once turned on leave to charge as it will charge through the wires connected to the battery, after 10 to 15 minutes plug in the actuall charger and try to remove usb wires without taking battery out. if that is not possable it is ok as the battery should have enough power to start up once it starts leave to charge and always keep some charge in the phone.
There could be a piece of software running that is locking up the device. You might want to check for updates to your PDA and any software you have installed on it. If that doesn't work try doing a hard reset, which will erase everything, then reinstall one application per day to see if the problem pops up after one of the applications is installed. If that doesn't work, it could be hardware issue, if there is an extra storage device in it pull it out and see what it does. You will have to troubleshoot. Try different things and see what the result is, eventually you'll be able to narrow it down.