Please help me to solve this problem,even im not using my fon it keeps on loosing its battery and it can only last 4-5hours,what i am supposed to do? should i replace my battery or what? please help me
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The L10 uses standard AA batteries, either disposable or rechargeable. It does not contain any charging circuitry. Connecting the camera to a computer simply drains the batteries faster, as the camera has to expend energy communicating with the computer (even if only to say it has nothing to say). If you want to use rechargeables, you'll have to charge them using a separate battery charger.
I dont agree, I have tried several different batterie types and the batteries are draining almost instantly with the camera and they are not actually being drained. I think the camera itself is at the end of its life...as I have used rechargeable batteries for the last few years and now they wont even show as being charged on the camera. It stinks Im in your same spot now...no batteries are lasting even the brand new lithium ones...it has nothing to do with the battery "juice" but something with the canon supply power not recognizing/recieving the juice. Im not a canon expert, but I think the problem is more than the battery here Steve and im confused at the solution as well.
take out your battery, sim and memory stick..
then turn it off for 5 minutes, then turn in on without inserting the memory stick.
after that try sending sms again, if it delivered,then try it with memory stick.
if u can send sms,then its ok..but if cant then your memory sticks got a problem.my suggestion is to format the memory stick..
Hello there. please try to re-install your phones driver and the next time you insert your phone to your computer use another usb port and not the same you have been using all this while. hope i helped bye!
Lachuaeyes, I have a different model of Olympus and I read that you did not always have this problem and you already have replaced the battery so an old battery is not likely the issue. I suspect you might have something that is draining that was not set in the past. I keep my batteries longer by not using flash most of the time. Is there someone new using the camera that perhaps leaves it on longer than you do after finishing, perhaps uses flash longer? Is there a setting for auto shutdown that has been changed to not turn off as fast as it used to? If none of these I wonder if the flash is requiring more energy than in the past. Could you tell me if the battery is draining even if you don't use it or is it only if you are using it does it drain faster.
Another possibility is that the charger is not charging so well as it used to but I suspect you leave it in long enough and more.
If you have the ability to check the output voltage of the charger with a multimeter you would be sure it is really putting out enough volts to charge fully.
Please let me know if you have further questions. HarryF