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Battery does not charge

My battery will not charge....I have replaced it same result

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Re: Battery does not charge

Look for a tiny pinhole and insert a pin while powered up to reset the device

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New battery loses charge to quickly only lasts 24 hours have tried another still the same problem have fitted phone cover

For better battery performance, perform the following tasks,
1. Switch off the bluetooth. If needed put into hidden mode.
2. Switch off the wifi netword scanning (if applicable)
3. Reduce the screen brightness.
4.While keeping in pocket, take care to ensure that the mobile screen not at all touched or pushed inside pocket even though the screen is locked.
5. Charge th emobile phone for continuous 5 hours and dont charge until fully discharged. Follow this for atleast 5 times.
Then you can see the improvement in batery backup time.
I hope this is helpful to you

Dec 31, 2009 | LG KU990 Viewty

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My iPAQ 5555 won't charge.

well that's really the problem when u go ur phone stocked for a weeks or two. i have my advice.. try charging yout battery manually. how is that? modification is needed. remove your battery from ur phone. and connect it to your charger directly.. (how is that? create a wire that can connect your charger to your battery. make sure u connect the right polarity) in this way your battery will charge for a moment and will give enough power to turn on your phone. because showing up that orange thing when charging up needs an initial power. so that is why. but still u can charge your phone. just live it maybe for an hour. it may work!

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Goes from fully charged to almost zero charge in seconds


Please make sure the charger is working.I suggest you try replacing it with a new charge and then give it a try.The problem can also be with the battery if it is more than 2-3 yrs old.In this case the problem is with the battery.

So i suggest if the battery is more than 3 yrs old buy a new one and then test it with the old charger and if the battery is not old then replace it with a new charger and try charging the battery.

Let me know the result

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HP IPAQ HW6915 get stuch charging non original battery

I forwarded the request to some more professional forum.

Feb 19, 2009 | HP iPAQ hw6915 Smartphone

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Battery shows fully charged, stays on for 3 minutes and freezes.

I've had this happen. Try a soft reset, if that doesn't fix it - try a hard reset. If it still does this, you will need to replace the battery. It may either be a problem with the battery itself or the power regulation circuit that is built into the battery. Either way, replace the battery and it should fix it. Word of warning though, some aftermarket chargers actually reverse-charge the battery - I had a USB charge/data cradle that did this and I still have short-lived battery life on my new E2 battery if I use that cradle. I just stopped using it because it kills my E2.

Jan 12, 2009 | HTC Touch P3450 Smartphone

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Battery charge indicator seems faulty.

Solved own problem. Bad conection between pcb and battery contact pins. Reheat each battery pin on the pcb carefully until solder reflow occurs then remove heat. PDA now repaired

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Dell Amix x50v

its your inbuilt battery that needs charging first. Give it time to complete and your main battery will get charged.

Mar 21, 2008 | Dell Axim X50 Pocket PC

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Error message "Backup Battery Very Low"

The MobilePro 900 back up battery is low and should be replaced. The battery is a CR2032 coin-cell battery, which is very common and can be purchased at most department and drug stores. Refer to section 1-7 of the "MobilePro 900 Handheld PC's User's Guide" for detailed replacement instructions.

Sep 14, 2005 | NEC MobilePro 900 Handheld

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When should I replace my backup battery?

The back up battery should be replaced immediately upon seeing the message "Backup Battery Very Low - Your back up battery is very low or missing. Data loss may result from failure to replace the battery very soon. Consult the manufacturer's instructions for directions on replacing or charging the backup battery." Warning: It is important to note that the back up battery in the MobilePro 900 is not rechargeable, thus, to prevent data loss, it is important to change the back up battery immediately when this message is displayed.

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Toshiba e800 perform hard reset after changing battery

At first you should assure that the backup battery is definitely charged. I suggest to charge the PDA a hole day without using.

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