Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Really depends on use and charging habits. If it is not lasting atleast half the amount than it use to last, then you need a new battery.
What i always tell my customers, is that when you first get a device with a rechargeable battery in it, charge it up and then let it die completely for the first time, then charge it up all the way again. This initial stretch of battery life will make a huge difference. Also try and get into the habit of charging it only when it needs to be charged. The less number of times the better
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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