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As far as the battery not holding a charge goes, some batteries have a memory, so the amount of current you recharge becomes the total charge available. Some other batteries just don't recharge nearly enough times to be worth it.
Occasionally the batteries in the camera die- so no amount of charging will fix that, but does the camera work when you have it plugged in to charge? Most cameras will run from the charger , even if the battery is dead. If it runs from AC (wall plug), but not battery, it probably the battery, but occasionally it is the circuit in the camera that charges the battery. The last resort is an external battery charger (not all cameras have them), but if you can charge the battery elsewhere, then it is the circuit in the camera- you'll have to buy an external charger if one exists
the battery sounds like it has bad battery memory and needs to be replaced. Before you replace it look for software to give you the battery's status (how much charge it holds out of how much it should hold by design. for exaple i am using ubuntu linux and my battery reads
Capacity: 29% (Poor) Current charge: 14.3 Wh Last full charge: 14.3 Wh Design charge: 48.8 Wh Charge rate: 10.0 W
now that is my bad battery for staying at home and leaving it plugged in all the time (that kills the battery) i have another battery that reads
Capacity: 97% (Good) Current charge: 38.8 Wh Last full charge: 47.5 Wh Design charge: 48.8 Wh Charge rate: 5.5 W
it is my battery for travel. the difference between the two is that the battery that reads Capacity: 29% (Poor) only lasts about 40 minutes but the battery that reads Capacity: 97% (Good) lasts 3 hours. you probably have a low Capacity.
Use your phone and completely discharge the battery.Then charge the battery.If again the problem exists then either it is your phone's software problem or it is time to replace your battery.Update your phone's software using nokia software updater and if the problem again exist replace your battery..
Just replaced a new cable or a new charger so you sure where is the defected even if battery defected it will charge but the battery it will not last long.If you replaced already new cable but problem still exist then the problem is the cellphone hub is crack or cold solder,you need to rebuild or resoldered it so it will works normally.
Got to cellphone to perform the soldering.