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If the power circuit is torn, it's impossible to join it back. And definitely not with adhesive!


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As far as I know the reason for battery drain in your phone is because you are installing cyanogen roms and not stock roms or stock based roms. Even the hardware or the chipsets of your phone is old. The android undergone many major changes from 2.1 to current 4.4.2. The hardware or chipsets in newer phone were designed to consume less power than the ...


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I doubt this is a software issue but moreso a hardware issue. Consider the following, Newer phones typically have: Bigger Screens More Antennas (Wifi N, 4G, NFC, etc.) More sensors (This includes cameras) Either more or more advanced of what's mentioned above. This comes at a cost, as each draws its own amperage. While it may be minuscule in an isolated ...


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To start with, I don't think it's possible to somehow change chip on a phone. It would stop working because of incompatible drivers. Price of the imported phone can be lower, for example Nexus devices are 1/2 more expensive in my country than in the US and it could be used too. Anyways you should check, if it'll work on your carrier if it's imported. ...


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something must have happened to your phone's motherboard. Better get it to the service center instead of browsing through the internet for a solution. You cant do anything about it.


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It's nice to have a phone rooted (Geeksphone and maybe others do this by default?), you can use firewall apps and Titanium backup, and other system apps. Superuser lets you restrict what apps can be root.


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I'd like to add a fun alternative: use some Sugru. It's a flexible silicone rubber which can stick to just about anything and is simply moulded by hand. It air cures to a tough durable rubber. This is a UK invention (I'm sure they now have it in the US), so might be an alternative for us over here. www.sugru.com



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