Question about Motorola Mobility i870 Cellular Phone
I have a nextel i870 that i put a boost sim card in, it works perfectly, except it can't seem to hold a full charge. i charged it the whole night, took it off the charger, went to work and after a few flips of the screen (no phone calls), i lost one bar. i came home and charged it again, the charge sign shows me a full battery and then stops charging. i charged another 4 hours, then used the phone for about 20 minutes, then the battery was HALF!! this is unacceptable! i bought the phone off ebay, the seller said he is sending me a new battery and different handset. what is the problem here?
You bought it off ebay --your battery probable at fault but also depending on what you have -running or downloaded apps-photos -music will drain battery in stand by mode even if you replace battery if your usage is high [dont have to be on phone ] from what you have on it battery drain can be the same
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Battery won't charge.
normally many cell phones requires 6-10hrs for its batter to fully charge up. also i have seen it where battery can be brand new but doesn't have enough juice to hold the charge.
now as far as red light on charger, remember even if you have 99% charged batter and you plug in the charger it will show you red light on phone/cradle.
FYI- all brand new phones are covered with 30 days of warranty replacement with new phone. after 30 days it covers upto 1 year from the date of purchase with refurbished phones.
In your case i think it is just the battery, try having your provider replacing new battery if no luck again then my suggestion will be to replace your phone with new battery with in 30 days.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
Yes, you should resort to a new battery, coz the old one is exhausted. Overnight charging is not a good habit. You should charge 2-3 hours until full, and remove the charger
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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