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    Exclamation Problems with my iPhone 3GS Charging
    I've had my iPhone 3GS for about a few months, and it was working fine until now.

    One day the famous 'Charging is not supported with the accessory' sign came up, which i kind of fixed by blowing into the iPhone and getting rid of the dust that was stuck in there.

    But then, i was worried when i woke up this morning and turned on my iPhone, which was at 2% but when i went to bed i charged it 100%

    is there something wrong with the iPhone? or the Charger?

    Its iOS 5

    Thanks

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    Was anything running in the background? I don't think the message you got had anything to do with it draining so quickly overnight. I get that message regularly, but my phone only loses about 6% on standby overnight.
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