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I-mate pam10a My i phone gets swith off once the album or the windows Media player is switched on. Then it gets only it is attached to the charger and It takes almost no time to get started again once we attach it to the charger otherwise it is not switch on

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Is this mean your phone is turning off ??? then it's wouldn't turn on agian untill you but it on charge ? from the first look i think it's the battery or the charging IC(integrated circuit) try to but a new battery in the device and do everything play music and start the cam .. and see if the problem still there ?

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