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Hey! My Sister has the same problem. T-Mobile said that it is the battery. There was a defect with some phone batteries. You can buy the samsung battery from T-Mobile for like 48$ of go to cellphoneshop.net to get it cheaper. works great and is cheaper to replace than 48$ samsung battery!!
Replace the battery, but I am assuming you mean 10% per hour with normal use. If you are on the 3G, playing music, making calls, thats all you're probably going to get. Thats 10 hours, if you use it often I wouldn't expect any more. I charge my new Blackberry every night, and I have to.
If not, then definitely a new battery, because 10% per hour without data or music and usage, it must be the battery, probably replace the charger too if you want to be really really certain.
hi, the charger unit is breaking down, Sometimes the batteries can cause this problem but I think you find it the charger, when batteries get older they simply don't hold the charge as much as when new, also the way they deliver power can drop off quicker.
Take battery out and let it sit for 2-3 days. Then, try to charge the phone. If the phone/battery gets hots, unplug it from the charger. Wait a few hours and try again. You might just get lucky with this one. Most of the time, your phone is done, but sometimes you can get lucky.
keep the mobile phone ibelowa a lamp for one night after cleaning the water out with a ear bud or something
if this does not make it come on then there might be some physical damage and you might have to go to the service station again i think so
I just had this happen to me yesterday. I fought with my phone for about 3 hours removing the battery and trying to restart it. It would take about 5 minutes for it to finally boot and once it did the touch screen would not work. So I did a hard boot and within 5 minutes my phone was back to normal. I lost all my contacts but I just did a restore with the backup software. To do a hard boot hold down the red and green buttons on the front of the phone and push the reset button on the bottom of the phone with the stylus. The reset button is on the right side of the power/usb plug. As I said my phone was back to normal in just a few minutes.