Question about Cell Phones
Sounds like you've ot a dodgy phone or battery. Does the new battery have the new Nokia hologram on it? If not then it's probably a cheap far-eastern knock-off.
Also, you can switch off 3G access (depending on the firmware in your phone, has to be a couple of versions old or newer). Being connected to 3G drains your battery hard.
Go to Menu > Tools > Settings > Network, and the first option should be Network Mode. Switch that to GSM, reboot the phone and it will not search for WCDMA access anymore.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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