I too have a battery problem and have bought a new battery and still the issue is the same, I get about 1/2 day usage out of a full battery???
This is also my second phone. The 1st needed a software update because it kept locking up and had to be sent back to LG and then worked well for a while until it stopped accepting my sim for no reason, so I took it into O2 and they sent me a replacement (current handset) I'm back to square 1 now it needs the software update again but the battery life is disgraceful too. O2 want to send it off to their repair dept again but I feel like i'm getting pushed from pillar to post also it means messing about with all my contacts and stuff.
Do you think the freezer thing might improve the battery? I suppose I have nothing to loose?
I realy like the phone apart from these issues :-(
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Battery life is subjected to the usage of the computer, the highest usage is in high end graphics games. if the issue is not resolved after replacing the battery then its an issue with the software and firmware of the computer. you need to have it tested by a technician as a reinstall or roll back to factory settings may do more harm than good.
was concerned about the hp pavilion dv4 Battery Life as well, and I still am. I
haven’t done too much testing yet, but from my initial usage I am seeing
around 2 hours with general usage (browsing the Internet, using
messengers, doing a video chat for maybe 30 mins) There are settings to
change between conserving power and system performance so you can adapt
it to what you like.
I imagine with Power saving mode on and light usage it will get over 2
hours (but not near 3 hours) with High Performance mode and heavy usage
(photoshop, gaming especially) you would probably get an hour maybe 1
besides those laptop
battery issues this is a wonderful computer and I’m very impressed.
It runs very fast and speeds through everything I’ve thrown at it
(Including large photoshop files that take my desktop over 30 seconds to
even load) you can fine more at http://www.laptopbatteryinc.com.au
The battery life is dependent on the usage and also the model of the cellphone. Most of the smart phones these days do not have a batterylife of more than 3 days. Thats why you need to keep recharging your mobile from time to time.
One day is good if you have a high usage time on your phone, but if you hardly touch it all day and it's still dying at the end of the day, something is wrong and you need to go have it checked out by your service provider. Good Luck.
That sound about right. The battery life can differ from laptop to laptop and dependent on type of usage. An hour of laptop battery life isn't great but not bad either. If you feel that the battery performance had deteriated greatly then it's time for a new battery.
All of the iPhones have the ability to connect to an external
battery, a charger, or any computer with a USB port. You only need a
cable. Does your Treo charge from any USB port? And carrying a cable in
your bag is no harder than carrying an extra battery. I don't
think you'll ever see a replaceable battery in an iPod or iPhone. It
would make the device too big and it would reduce the battery
life--that's right, battery life is worse with a removable battery
because the battery has to be smaller. However, you can be sure that
Apple will continue to push the chip makers for lower power chips
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