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My HTC mobile phone drains its battery too fast. I have to charge it every hour. This phone is brand new - only five days old.

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Turn the phone on and let it charge completelty. Then go and shut the phone off. Reboot the phone in CMV which is dos for phones. (you can do this bypushing a combination of buttons usually power, volume down and home check to see what yours is) go through the menus and look for Wipe Battery stats. IF YOU DO NOT SEE IT go back to the main menu and reboot phone. Wait for phone to fully charge again and shut it off. Now while it is off keep plugging the phone in till it says it is fully charged. Then unplug the phone wait ten-15 seconds and plug back in until it reads 100% when you plug your charger in

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