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By AzNTypeR, Senior Member on 24th August 2012, 09:27 PM
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Well, I dont use my phone often because I use my Xperia but when I do, I charge it to full battery, then I turn it off, as you do to save battery, but next time a turn it on, it wont turn on causing me to plug it in, and Flat Battery! Do I need a new battery or should I try flashing a new ROM?

Thanks!

BTW Im using the Factory Battery that came with the phone
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25th August 2012, 12:00 AM |#2  
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Well, I dont use my phone often because I use my Xperia but when I do, I charge it to full battery, then I turn it off, as you do to save battery, but next time a turn it on, it wont turn on causing me to plug it in, and Flat Battery! Do I need a new battery or should I try flashing a new ROM?

Thanks!

BTW Im using the Factory Battery that came with the phone

Try with reflashing roms and if you see that its still flating that buy a new battery

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25th August 2012, 12:48 AM |#3  
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Happened to me once. Here's what I did -

Charged the battery, let it drain totally. Then removed the battery. Without the battery pressed the power button. Then put the battery and tried it.

If not, check whether the battery has bluged or the cover is not fitting well. If yes then you need a battery. If no then you need to flash a new rom.

WATCH OUT! Before flashing a rom, charge the battery without switching on your phone. (When the phone is off connect to the charger and you will see a battery charging animation.) Even if it says, charged, keep on charging cause you don't want the phone to shutdown while flashing. That may hard brick the phone.
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I've Flashed A New ROM, Lets See if I Have The Same Problems

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