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6 Signs Of A Bad Phone Battery

Smartphones with problematic batteries have a way of frustrating users who might express poor understanding about identification of good ones. 
 

Smartphones are very useful and we can barely do without it. They perform many functions and make our lives simpler.
 
However, these devices or gadgets can cause a lot of pain and frustration when their batteries begin to decline. It is always a good idea to watch out for these signs of a bad battery if you really want to enjoy your smartphone. Here are some of these signs.
 
Phone restarts on its own
 
This is one of the common complaints of many smartphone users. You could be performing an important task when your smartphone suddenly decides to restart. If this is happening frequently, check your battery for damage.
 
Battery drains easily
 
Batteries perform at its best in the first 2 years. But once the first 2 years are up, they start declining. If your battery doesn’t seem to power your phone for long, it’s likely a sign that its time to replace it.
 
Phone does not charge after being plugged in
 
This is another common sign of a bad battery. If the phone doesn’t charge after being plugged in, there’s probably an issue with the battery. Here, the phone stays dead even after repeated attempts at charging it.
 
The phone doesn’t hold the charger
 
If the battery has started to deteriorate, the device won’t stay on for long. It will power up when you connect it to a power source but it won’t hold its charge. When this happens, you know it’s time to replace the battery.
 
Overheated battery
 
Excess heat generation often happens when you plug in your phone for charging. If you feel your device is getting too hot, it may be because of your battery.
 
The battery bulges
 
Sometimes, when a battery goes bad, the internal cells rupture and cause a bulge to appear in the battery. Batteries bulge when they undergo undesirable chemical reactions. If you do not want your battery bulging, make sure you prevent it from overheating.

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