I do have the correct battery in my v60 motorola phone, but i get no more than two day battery life after full recharge. occasionally i get a reading of "invalid battery". before i get a new battery just want to be sure it is not the phone.
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battery life depends on 2 things
the amount of time you spend on the phone and the number of apps you are running
and the level of charge at which you recharge the phone
Recent questions put to a phone repair shop got the answer that 3 days from a fully charged battery was exceptional as most only do 1 day on normal use and less if watching live streaming
as to the level at recharge , batteries have a habit of developing a level memory and will not charge past that point
So if you continually recharge at almost flat, and allow for a full recharge , you get full battery life
at the other end of the period , if you recharge at say 75% charge , the battery memory starts and then it doesn't matter how long you charge the battery for , it will only charge 25% which means you wind up with a flat battery more often
so how to overcome the problem---the more you use it the quicker the battery runs down and when recharging always allow the battery to be less than 5% charge before recharging it ( dead flat is best) and leave it on charge for the max amount of time ( overnight is best)
The battery is nearly worn out. Rechargeable batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cycles and the maximum battery capacity reduces with age and use.
You need to purchase a new battery.
If you purchase and install the Motorola Phone Tools (http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto/phonetools/), the software will update the firmware in your phone when you connect it and run the update tools. It walks you through this (and makes you do it) when you start the software for the first few times.
This may help with battery life, but also keep in mind new batteries can be found on eBay for less than a dollar. Also, a good tip with any rechargable device is to charge it completely when you first get the battery, and then drain it completely without charging it right after that. This helps to set the "life" of the battery, and will generally increase the lifespan of it significantly.