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현재 버전 게시자: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
What is the output in mA of the charger you are using? (It will be printed on the charger)?
 
It may be that the output is insufficient to run the phone as well as charge the battery effectively. At best it might just maintain the battery at its' current charge level or slowly increase the charge.
 
It might also depend on how much activity is going on in the phone. By this I mean what actions you are doing, (e.g. playing games, watching videos etc) and also what is happening 'behind the scenes', e.g are apps downloading in the background.
 
You could try turning off the Data Connection to see if this improves the charge rate with the phone still on. (don't know your phone but it is usually found in ''Home > Settings > Wireless and Networks >more >Mobile Networks > Data Connection''. This setting ''disables'' the cellular data connection. ''Be aware that as well as disabling the cellular internet it also disables the phone's MMS feature (texts with videos and pictures) and also the LTE / 4G network phone connection. It does not affect SMS messages or 2G/3G phone calls.''
 
If you need the data connection try disabling the apps in your phone ability to automatically update etc to limit unnecessary data transmissiontransmission and therefore phone's CPU activity.
If you need the data connection try disabling the apps in your phone ability to automatically update etc to limit unnecessary data transmissiontransmission and therefore phone's CPU activity.
 
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these functions also use a lot of power.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

본문:

Hi,
 
What is the output in mA of the charger you are using? (It will be printed on the charger)?
 
It may be that the output is insufficient to run the phone as well as charge the battery effectively. At best it might just maintain the battery at its' current charge level or slowly increase the charge.
 
It might also depend on how much activity is going on in the phone. By this I mean what actions you are doing, (e.g. playing games, watching videos etc) and also what is happening 'behind the scenes', e.g are apps downloading in the background.
 
You could try turning off the Data Connection to see if this improves the charge rate with the phone still on. (don't know your phone but it is usually found in ''Home > Settings > Wireless and Networks >more >Mobile Networks > Data Connection''. This setting ''disables'' the cellular data connection. ''Be aware that as well as disabling the cellular internet it also disables the phone's MMS feature (texts with videos and pictures) and also the LTE / 4G network phone connection. It does not affect SMS messages or 2G/3G phone calls.''
 
If you need the data connection try disabling the apps in your phone ability to automatically update etc to limit unnecessary data transmission.
 
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these two functions also use a lot of power.
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these two functions also use a lot of power.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

본문:

Hi,
 
What is the output in mA of the charger you are using? (It will be printed on the charger)?
 
It may be that the output is insufficient to run the phone as well as charge the battery effectively. At best it might just maintain the battery at its' current charge level or slowly increase the charge.
 
It might also depend on how much activity is going on in the phone. By this I mean what actions you are doing, (e.g. playing games, watching videos etc) and also what is happening 'behind the scenes', e.g are apps downloading in the background.
 
You could try turning off the Data Connection to see if this improves the charge rate with the phone still on. (don't know your phone but it is usually found in ''Home > Settings > Wireless and Networks >more >Mobile Networks > Data Connection''. This setting ''disables'' the cellular data connection. ''Be aware that as well as disabling the cellular internet it also disables the phone's MMS feature (texts with videos and pictures) and also the LTE / 4G network phone connection. It does not affect SMS messages or 2G/3G phone calls.''
 
If you need the data connection try disabling the apps in your phone ability to automatically update etc to limit unnecessary data transmission.
 
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these two functions also use a lot of power.
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these two functions also use a lot of power.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

본문:

Hi,
 
What is the output in mA of the charger you are using? (It will be printed on the charger)?
 
It may be that the output is insufficient to run the phone as well as charge the battery effectively. At best it might just maintain the battery at its' current charge level or slowly increase the charge.
 
It might also depend on how much activity is going on in the phone. By this I mean what actions you are doing, (e.g. playing games, watching videos etc) and also what is happening 'behind the scenes', e.g are apps downloading in the background.
 
You could try turning off the Data Connection to see if this improves the charge rate with the phone still on. (don't know your phone but it is usually found in ''Home > Settings > Wireless and Networks >more >Mobile Networks > Data Connection''. This setting ''disables'' the cellular data connection. ''Be aware that as well as disabling the cellular internet it also disables the phone's MMS feature (texts with videos and pictures) and also the LTE / 4G network phone connection. It does not affect SMS messages or 2G/3G phone calls.''
 
If you need the data connection try disabling the apps'apps in your phone ability to automatically update etc to limit unnecessary data transmission.
If you need the data connection try disabling the apps'apps in your phone ability to automatically update etc to limit unnecessary data transmission.
 
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these also use a lot of power.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

본문:

Hi,
 
What is the output in mA of the charger you are using? (It will be printed on the charger)?
 
It may be that the output is insufficient to run the phone as well as charge the battery effectively. At best it might just maintain the battery at its' current charge level or slowly increase the charge.
 
It might also depend on how much activity is going on in the phone. By this I mean what actions you are doing, (e.g. playing games, watching videos etc) and also what is happening 'behind the scenes', e.g are apps downloading in the background.
 
You could try turning off the Data Connection to see if this improves the charge rate with the phone still on. (don't know your phone but it is usually found in ''Home > Settings > Wireless and Networks >more >Mobile Networks > Data Connection''. This setting ''disables'' the cellular internetdata connection. ''Be aware that as well as disabling the cellular internet it also disables the phone's MMS feature (texts with videos and pictures) and also the LTE / 4G cellnetwork phone connection. It does not affect SMS messages or 2G/3G phone calls.''
If


If
you need the data connection try disabling the apps' ability to automatically update etc to limit unnecessary data transmission.
You could try turning off the Data Connection to see if this improves the charge rate with the phone still on. (don't know your phone but it is usually found in ''Home > Settings > Wireless and Networks >more >Mobile Networks > Data Connection''. This setting ''disables'' the cellular internetdata connection. ''Be aware that as well as disabling the cellular internet it also disables the phone's MMS feature (texts with videos and pictures) and also the LTE / 4G cellnetwork phone connection. It does not affect SMS messages or 2G/3G phone calls.''
If


If
you need the data connection try disabling the apps' ability to automatically update etc to limit unnecessary data transmission.
 
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these also use a lot of power.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

현황:

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

본문:

Hi,
 
What is the output in mA of the charger you are using? (It will be printed on the charger)?
 
It may be that the output is insufficient to run the phone as well as charge the battery effectively. At best it might just maintain the battery at its' current charge level or slowly increase the charge.
 
It might also depend on how much activity is going on in the phone. By this I mean what actions you are doing, (e.g. playing games, watching videos etc) and also what is happening 'behind the scenes', e.g are apps downloading in the background.
 
You could try turning off the Data Connection to see if this improves the charge rate with the phone still on. (don't know your phone but it is usually found in ''Home > Settings > Wireless and Networks >more >Mobile Networks > Data Connection''. This setting ''disables'' the cellular internet connection. ''Be aware that it also disables the MMS feature (texts with videos and pictures) and also the LTE / 4G cell connection. It does not affect SMS messages or 2G/3G phone calls.''
If you need the data connection try disabling the apps' ability to automatically update etc to limit unnecessary data transmission.
 
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these also use a lot of power.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

현황:

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

본문:

Hi,
 
What is the output in mA of the charger you are using? (It will be printed on the charger)?
 
It may be that the output is insufficient to run the phone as well as charge the battery effectively. At best it might just maintain the battery at its' current charge level or slowly increase the charge.
 
It might also depend on how much activity is going on in the phone. By this I mean what actions you are doing, (e.g. playing gamesgames, watching videos etc) and also what is happening 'behind the scenes', e.g are apps downloading in the background.
It might also depend on how much activity is going on in the phone. By this I mean what actions you are doing, (e.g. playing gamesgames, watching videos etc) and also what is happening 'behind the scenes', e.g are apps downloading in the background.
 
You could try turning off the Data Connection to see if this improves the charge rate with the phone still on. (don't know your phone but it is usually found in ''Home > Settings > Wireless and Networks >more >Mobile Networks > Data Connection''. This setting ''disables'' the cellular internet connection. ''Be aware that it also disables the MMS feature (texts with videos and pictures) and also the LTE / 4G cell connection. It does not affect SMS messages or 2G/3G phone calls.''
 
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these also use a lot of power.
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these also use a lot of power.
Hopefully this is of some help.

현황:

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편집 작업: jayeff ,

본문:

Hi,
 
What is the output in mA of the charger you are using? (It will be printed on the charger)?
 
It may be that the output is insufficient to run the phone as well as charge the battery effectively. At best it might just maintain the battery at its' current charge level or slowly increase the charge.
 
It might also depend on how much activity is going on in the phone. By this I mean what actions you are doing, (e.g. playing games etc) and also what is happening 'behind the scenes', e.g are apps downloading in the background.
 
You could try turning off the Data Connection to see if this improves the charge rate with the phone still on. (don't know your phone but it is usually found in ''Home > Settings > Wireless and Networks >more >Mobile Networks > Data Connection''. This setting ''disables'' the cellular internet connection. ''Be aware that it also disables the MMS feature (texts with videos and pictures) and also the LTE / 4G cell connection. It does not affect SMS messages or 2G/3G phone calls.''
 
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these also use a lot of power. (unless you need them of course.
Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these also use a lot of power. (unless you need them of course.
Hopefully this is of some help.

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원문 게시자: jayeff ,

본문:

Hi,

What is the output in mA of the charger you are using? (It will be printed on the charger)?

It may be that the output is insufficient to run the phone as well as charge the battery effectively. At best it might just maintain the battery at its' current charge level or slowly increase the charge.

It might also depend on how much activity is going on in the phone. By this I mean what actions you are doing, (e.g. playing games etc) and also what is happening 'behind the scenes', e.g are apps downloading in the background.

You could try turning off the Data Connection to see if this improves the charge rate with the phone still on. (don't know your phone but it is usually found in ''Home > Settings > Wireless and Networks >more >Mobile Networks > Data Connection''. This setting ''disables'' the cellular internet connection. ''Be aware that it also disables the MMS feature (texts with videos and pictures) and also the LTE /  4G cell connection. It does not affect SMS messages or 2G/3G phone calls.''

Also if you do not require them, turn off the GPS and WiFi / BT as these also use a lot of power. (unless you need them of course.

Hopefully this is of some help.

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