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Battery is always dead

I have a new battery and the battery will be fully charged then overnight it will be dead

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This is a common problem with the Q. It uses a lot of juice to run all of the programs. There are a few things you can do to help with this problem. First, Kill all of your running programs before going to bed. You can do this by selecting Start, then System Tools, then select the Task Manager icon, then choose Menu, then "Kill All". Since you will repeat this a lot it is a good idea to save the Task Manager program as a speed dial. Second, Make sure you are not overcharging you battery. When it is fully charged, stop charging. Charge it again when the battery runs all the way down. Then repeat. This will "reset" your battery. Third, make sure you have a second battery and a battery charger. When you go to bed at night, simply replace the battery with a fully charged one. Finally, try this...keep your phone plugged in at night. Then run it all the way down before you replace the battery. Reset the battery often as you lifetime for the battery will diminish the more you keep it charged all night.

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