Question about Motorola Mobility Q9m Smartphone
Hi, this is a very common problem with all smart phones they use so much of their battery that the battery life drops really quick the only option you have is to get the battery replaced this will then solve your problem for a while but its not going to last forever, if you go to your nearest phone shop ask them if they have got an heavy duty batteries for your phone, they do make them but are hard to come buy.
one other thing to remember is this, once a month let the battery go totally flat let it go so flat that the phone wont even light up when you press the on button, now do a full charge over night doing this keeps the battery at its best and prevent any bad cells forming so if you do this say once a month or every 6 weeks it will prolong the life of the battery by load so bare this in mind when you get a new battery.
let me know if you need further assistance ok
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Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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