My ming was working fine, but since last few days it is showing bunch of problems. It discharges as soon as i run some application or call despite being fully charged. Moreover it has stopped recognising memory card too. Plz help..is it some problem with motherboard or battery problem ?
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Re: discharges very fast
It may be ur battery problem may b u replace ur battery or minimal use of display settings.,n regarding the reconizing of memory card..it may work wit some reboot method..stil check out ur battery first.....try it..if it works do rate me
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Charging duration does not connect to battery lasting duration in any way.Optimal charging time is 3 to 4 hours.your battery will drain soon if you keep your touchscreen pressed continuously in your jeans pocket.Keep bluetooth switched off. Reduce the brightness of your mobile display. Play music threw headphone rather than using loudspeakers.
Well, the G1 is a smartphone and it's constantly on the internet so it's obviously going to use a lot more battery power. However 3 hours is ridiculously short! You could try recalibrating the battery. To do this you use your phone until it has completely run out of charge and switches itself off. Then you turn it on again and again until all that it shows is a red LED and it refuses to turn on. After this you charge it while it's off until the green LED has been on for 2 hours. Hopefully this will help improve your battery life.
That\'s unfortunate because the phone is mostly touch-controlled.
Do you have a screen protector installed? Some people have said that the MING is one of the few touchscreen devices that doesn\'t work well w/ screen protectors. Try taking yours off if you\'re using one.