The standby battery life has dropped from 5 days to less than 1 day. Tried changing the battery with three known good ones and they all only last 1 day. Other than the shortened battery life, the phone works fine.
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Some cell phone batteries work fine for a short period of time and then rapidly diminish their holding capacity. The battery that has previously worked fine for 10 days standby begins a downward time drop to last merely a couple of days. A simple procedure that I have found to be invaluable is to:
1. Turn the power to the phone off.
2. Remove the battery from the phone.
3. Replace the battery into the phone.
4. Fully charge the battery.
5. Test the results by noting the time and day of item 4 above. Leave the phone on standby and see if the charge will now last many days. If so, congratulations, your phone is almost as good as new, and you didn't need to find and buy a new battery (or bother the customer service staff).
Strange, mine lasts a very very very long time, but in a standby state (power on, just close the lcd lid). Have you tried to just keep it in the standby state? I will never turn it off unless I need to, like to change sd cards, because it is super quick to capture video and it does not kill the battery.
I have 2 of these dual cameras and John is quite right, the Sanyo HD2000 is not a "normal" camera, its quite abnormally exceptional and way ahead of its time! Having a f1.8 lens, 1/2.5" cmos, 1080p @ 60 FRAMES/second, really makes it not "Normal". You will need a better computer to process the crazy 1080p/60fps images.
You can try to completely discharge and recharge a few times to take it through its full cycle. However, you probably won't get much improvement. Batteries wear out with time and, after one year, I'd expect to see significant capacity loss on a machine such as this with typical usage patterns.
This is a very commen with Chinese stuff. The looks are perfect, but the quality is exactly otherwise. Sorry to hear of your prob. See if you can find a standard battery of a good brand with the same specifications. Its better to buy a good and expensive battery than go in for three low quality ones. Give it a thought.
you may try:
1) check the battery alarm at windows power managment, to set 5-10% alarm level.
2) discharge the battery to the empty then charge longer time, you need monitoring how long it charged (see charge lights change), need to change new one if charging time much less then before(less then 10-20 minutes)..
3) plug-in AC adapter monitoring charging current,
this step you need a current meter to make a series connection in the circuite, the battery is over life cycle if the current less then 500mA.
It depends on how much talking your doing. The Slvr is known for its low talk-time battery power. My slvr would last about 3 to 4 days on a charge, unless i was talking on it a lot. sometimes i would be charging it every other day. So it really all depends on the talk-time. Invest in a car charger for sure.
with respect to your low Nokia 6680's low battery, what you need to do is to charge it while switched off for atleast 12 hours. It is possible for the phone to have 200+ standby time afterwards but that is if its not used at all. You should also disable the bluetooth, as well as the backup ligthing if switched on as all these can dramatically reduce the life of the battery.