Question about Karbonn K9
That message appears for one of any number of reasons.
1) over-voltage (faulty charger)
2) under-voltage (faulty charger)
3) temperature (faulty phone / battery)
4) voltage regulation (faulty phone)
The best way to diagnose further is to try a different charger, and battery - I hope you have a friend who has the same phone as you!
Best of luck.
Posted on Oct 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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