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On my nieces highQ tablet it is always optimizing and kills the battery really fast and also there is no sound. It has a headset picture on the top of the screen in the corner.

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Bonjour,
Vous deviez songer ? aller consulter un r?parateur car le haut-parleur interne de votre tablette a peut-?tre subit des dommages.D'ailleurs,si la batterie s'?puise facilement,c'est qu'elle est peut-?tre us?e.Voici un lien qui pourrait vous ?tre utile
https://www.distriphone.com/

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