Three times now, after being completely drained of battery power, my iPhone has taken extraordinarily long to charge to the point where I can turn it on. On the previous two times, my iPhone only was able to be turned on after several hours of charging. This time, it's been over 12 hours, but I am still unable to turn it on at all.
My iPhone didn't get wet or damaged, it simply ran completely out of charge during use. I have verified that my charger is working.
Is this a known issue? Is there something I can do other than charge it and wait?
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From what i see here, this could be a battery issue, you can have your iPhone's battery changed, if you said that the phone have done this twice already and this would be the third time, I could tell its battery problem. Also it could be software or firmware issues,. i would recommend that you bring your iPhone for immediate repair, I cannot recommend also dismantling the unit yourself, because the iPhone have so much delicate and sensitive parts inside and if the person that would dismantle it have no experience at all, may lead to more serious damages.
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My iphone 3g is having some charging problems. sometimes when i'm charging it, it just stops charging. the only way i charge it now is i put it on plane mode. any suggestions? I'm on a jailbroken and unlocked 3.0 iphone. Thanks in Advance. I'm really worried now.
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There are a couple schools of thought on this subject. I work at a battery store and usually tell customers that they will get more cycles out of their battery if they only drain it to about half and then recharge. In my opinion you're doing the best thing for your battery. Lithium Ion batteries dont like heat and they shouldn't be drained all the way down.
The first two or three times, don't look, but normally, when you use a 1 A (1000mA/h) charger, within 4 hours. I don't like to use the iPad charger that can deliver 2 Amps, because it will heat up the battery. And the wormer it gets, the sooner you need a new battery.
But, if you want to find out the quality from your battery, just visit the genius bar in an Apple store. They test it for free, and also can point out if there is an app consuming too muck power. I went in with my iPhone 4 and they found an older firmware version. They put in a newer firmware (not the iOS) and since then it is running 2 or 3 days with one charge, with a 4 years old battery. Before I went in, the battery would drain in less than 6 hours.
Before you installed your new battery did you fully charge the battery. If you do not do that you run the risk of burning out your battery cells.
If you can go into your setup when the computer first comes on, go to drop down menu tabs until you see something for the battery. You can run the this program so the battery can get use to the amount of time you spend on the computer.
Solution: As digital cameras become more advanced and include more features, the power needed to keep them functioning has also increased. That means that typical alkaline batteries likely won’t do more than power your camera for a few shots before running out of juice. Sometimes, your digital camera may not power on at all if the inserted alkaline batteries aren’t fully charged or powerful enough. Rather than carry along dozens of alkaline batteries for a single photo shoot, you can save money by purchasing rechargeable NiMH (nickel-metal hydride) batteries. Rechargeable batteries can be purchased with a charger that you plug into a wall outlet, and they fully charge in one to five hours depending on the charger and the type of batteries you’re using.
If you’re already using rechargeable batteries but are experiencing short battery life with your digital camera, it’s likely time to replace your rechargeable batteries with new ones. Depending on the number of charging cycles you perform (how many times you discharge and recharge your batteries), rechargeable batteries typically last for two to three years before they no longer hold a full charge. You may also ensure that you’re charging your rechargeable batteries directly before use. As batteries sit unused for extended periods of time, they automatically lose some of their charge.
There are many ways you can conserve battery life while using your digital camera, too. For starters, if your camera has a viewfinder in addition to an LCD, use the viewfinder to frame your shots and turn the LCD off because LCDs draw a lot of power. If you prefer to use the LCD, you can still conserve battery life if you refrain from looking at each picture on the screen after you take it.
Usually the problem is in your battery, they develop a memory, they will only charge to a certain point. This can happen when the battery is recharged when it is not completely dead.
The key is to let the battery go completely dead, before recharging. I will wait till the battery is dead, then tape the trigger down and let the drill run till it won't move any more.
Sometimes you can reverse the battery memory, by doing the above, but when the battery is that bad, you might need to start with a new battery, and make sure it is completely drained, before charging it.
Wish you the best of luck.
completely drain all the batteries by taping the on switch and, letting the drill run until it stops.
then recharge again do this three times for each battery ( these batteries have a "memory" and, only recharge to the level of last topoff if this does not work the chemicals in the battery are depleted and, must be replaced they can be purchased from Dewalt.com
The type or memory in the camera requires a charge in order to store data. So if you have any pictures on the camera it will constantly be pulling a charge from the battery until the battery is completely drained. If you have this problem even with a brand new battery it's possible that the memory may be corrupt and needs to be cleared. To do this just remove the battery and press both buttons several times each to make sure that the camera is completely discharged, replace the battery with a brand new battery and try again. If that fails I'd get in touch with customer service for a replacement.
No, my cousin has one and it works fine, but remember if your battery isnt fully discharged it wont last as long. before you go just charging it all the time you should everynow and then let it run out before you recharge it.