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Re: My Nokia N95 battery discharges in 6 hours.
Check WLAN and bluetooth first if it is switched on it will end up in short battery life Secondly
may be ur battery is faulty bcoz sometimes battery life ends in 1 year if charge cycles are enuff it also depends how ur phone OS handles the battery usage i mean how much it needs to standby and work and also the network quality i mean signal strength how hard ur phone has to strive for signals in remote areas or far from towers
pls try this first b4 buying battery
try resetting the phone like this
1) *#7370#, then enter 12345 (This is the default security code unless the user has changedit) and then Yes. The phone then wipes all apps and phonebook contactson the internal memory.
if problem persists then pls update urphone software from www.nokia.com select ur region and ur phone fromlist then download software update application backup ur data if itlets u do it and then download the phone software and update ur phonewith latest software if problem is still there then
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It could be that the batterys don't need to be changed and shouldn't be unless fully discharged, if u charge before the batteries are fully discharged u run the risk of damaging the batteries. The problem is sometimes batteries get what is called a memory charge, this means if u use your lawnmower for a short time than charge it and u do this repeatedly the batteries will only discharge for this sort time and will only charge for a sort time. Than if u need it for a big job it will seem that u have only operated it for a little time and u need to plug it in. The only way to fix the batteries is buy new ones, that way they always tell u to always fully discharge before recharging your batteries.
If the battery appears to be charging, the drop in the time it sustains power is likely due to a faulty or old battery. Eventually it will appear 100% charged and drop to zero in 5 minutes or less. I would think you need to replace the battery.
If you want to maintain the battery properly, it is best to remove it once fully charged and use on ac power alone. If using the laptop on battery, remove the AC connection and allow the battery to fully discharge before recharging it ( there is some debate on this method, other may disagree)
"The charge indicator light (LED), located on the charg- ing stand, will light up red and glow when the char- ger is properly connected to power supply. This light indicates the charger is operating properly. It will remain on until battery pack is removed from charging stand or charger is disconnected from power supply.
After normal usage, 3 hours or less of charging time is required to fully recharge battery pack.
If both red and orange LED indicators glow, the battery pack is deeply or completely discharged, and 6 hours or longer of charging time is required to fully recharge battery pack.
Note: If charger does not charge battery pack or orange LED continues to glow after more than 30 minutes of charging, return battery pack and charging assembly to your nearest Ryobi Authorized Service Center for electrical check."
So to summarize: red = charging. orange (yellow) = fully discharged battery. orange after 30 minutes - bad battery or bad charger.
Knowing your phone's behavior, Its not usual that the battery if fully charged, will drain within the day, especially that you said even if it is not being used. I would highly advice that you avail the warranty of this phone since you have just purchased that unit. Do not rely on Nokia's customer service online. Go to the store where you made the purchase and avail the warranty. They should change the battery pack.
From page 37 in your manual: If a battery is being used for the first time or if the battery has not been used for a prolonged period, it may be necessary to connect the charger, then disconnect and reconnect it to begin charging the battery. If the battery is completely discharged, it may take several minutes before the charging indicator appears on the display or before any calls can be made. If all else fails you can contact Nokia support at 1-888-665-4228.
Hope this helps, let me know if I can help you with anything else. It would be very kind of you if this does work for you to please rate me or leave a short note. I would really appreciate it. Thank you for your time. JimmyC
1. let the battery fully discharged without connecting to power supply,
2. remove memory card
3. remove battery
4. remove sim card
5. insert the sim card
6. do not insert the memory card
7. reset the battery
8. connect to power for charging for 24 hours
9. switch on and it will work