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My cell phone won't stay on, and the battery is fully charged

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Maybe your battery is broken try to change to a new battery..if problem persist try to go to a cellphone technician.maybe one of the phones hardware is malfunctioning.

Posted on May 25, 2008

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hello there!
so you're phone won't charge up...you should buy a new battery...your old battery is not functioning well...
tip:
don't use the phone while charging. let it be fully charge before using it again. and don't let it to overcharge too. this will reduce the life span of the battery.
Thank you for choosing fixya and kindly rate this post.

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Motorzor


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