Question about Lands Phones
Greetings - If the phone is truly faulty then you've answered your own question...you need a new phone. But are you really sure the phone is at fault.
All cell phones have internal rechargeable batteries which sooner or later wear out and need replacement. Which would also explain the charging problem...so before you do anything further make sure the phones battery is not bad.
If you've already done that then I refer you to my original point...you need a new phone.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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