1. AC Question's Avatar
    Dear Android enthusiasts,

    The issue I have is a rather strange one. Whenever I watch online videos on my Android phone and the battery is around 80% full or less, sooner or later it switches off unexpectedly. When I bring the phone back to life, I always notice that the battery is still around 70-80% full. But I can never get the phone to work without plugging it into a power source. Even when doing that, the phone vibrates for 5 minutes or so before booting. Other times I am able to revive the phone without an external power source, other times not. Anyway, is this a problem with the battery or is my phone screwed hardware-wise? Because as much as I have read about these issues, nobody ever mentions watching Youtube as the initiator of the glitch.
    10-24-2016 12:57 PM
  2. the tall guy's Avatar
    It's probably more likely that the phone is over 3 years old and coming to an end. It could be the battery, it could be the phone, either way it might be time to get a new phone.

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    Laura Knotek likes this.
    10-31-2016 08:42 AM

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