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My android phone automatically turns off

My android phone automatically turns off when I enable the sim card slot. When I restart it, my battery percantage went to 30% to 0%. And when I charge it, it comes back to its original battery percentage, how can I fix this? It's annoying. It happens everytime.

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This needs more story.

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Such as how old the phone is, make, model, etc.

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android phone automatically turns off

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maybe your phone is too old, you should switch to a new one or change the battery.

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Check the battery.

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You just need to replace the battery. Usually, when the battery contact terminal fails to establish a firm connection with the phone, it surely turns off at will. Check this out Cause of dead phones

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Solution

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The best solution is to go to service center

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get a new battery

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replacement batteries are relatively cheap, get a new one, that should work

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new battery

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More probably that you have to change battery.

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