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As far as the battery not holding a charge goes, some batteries have a memory, so the amount of current you recharge becomes the total charge available. Some other batteries just don't recharge nearly enough times to be worth it.
Occasionally the batteries in the camera die- so no amount of charging will fix that, but does the camera work when you have it plugged in to charge? Most cameras will run from the charger , even if the battery is dead. If it runs from AC (wall plug), but not battery, it probably the battery, but occasionally it is the circuit in the camera that charges the battery. The last resort is an external battery charger (not all cameras have them), but if you can charge the battery elsewhere, then it is the circuit in the camera- you'll have to buy an external charger if one exists
Just a suggestion, but if you leave your bluetooth runnung it wears out the battery faster, so you could try turning the bluetooth off when you dont need it to see if that makes a difference. It does on most phones.
you may try:
1) check the battery alarm at windows power managment, to set 5-10% alarm level.
2) discharge the battery to the empty then charge longer time, you need monitoring how long it charged (see charge lights change), need to change new one if charging time much less then before(less then 10-20 minutes)..
3) plug-in AC adapter monitoring charging current,
this step you need a current meter to make a series connection in the circuite, the battery is over life cycle if the current less then 500mA.
Use your phone and completely discharge the battery.Then charge the battery.If again the problem exists then either it is your phone's software problem or it is time to replace your battery.Update your phone's software using nokia software updater and if the problem again exist replace your battery..