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SOURCE: how do i find a battery np-60 and ocassionally E-Bay all have the batteries for sale. Most of the time they are listed as Camera batteries as long as it is the correct type of battery (Li-ion), shape, and voltage (3.7), and has the correct connector type and and the same or better capacity in mAh (>= 1200), it should work well

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Your battery is failing and needs replacing. Lithium Ion batteries are dangerous, volatile and can burst into flames. Did you see all the videos and recalls on Hoverboards? All Li-ion problems.

Apr 09, 2016 | Cell Phones


Prolong the Life of Your Battery

  1. Initialize a new battery. New batteries should be fully charged before their first use to obtain maximum capacity. Nickel-based batteries should be charged for 16 hours initially and run through 2-4 full charge/full discharge cycles, while lithium ion batteries should be charged for about 5-6 hours. Ignore the phone telling you that the battery is full--this is normal but is not accurate if the battery is not initialized. #DO NOT fully discharge a lithium-ion battery! Unlike Ni-Cd batteries, lithium-ion batteries' life is shortened every time you fully discharge them. Instead, charge them when the battery meter shows one bar left. Lithium-ion batteries, like most rechargeable batteries have a set amount of chargers in them.
  2. Keep the battery cool. Put the battery in the freezer or fridge. Your battery will last longest if used near room temperature, and nothing wears on a battery like extended exposure to high temperatures. While you can’t control the weather, you can avoid leaving your phone in a hot car or in direct sunlight, and you don’t have to carry your phone in your pocket, where your body heat will raise its temperature. In addition, check the battery while it’s charging. If it seems excessively hot, your charger may be malfunctioning.
  3. Charge your battery correctly, in accordance with its type. Most newer cell phones have lithium-ion batteries, while older ones generally have nickel-based batteries. Read the label on the back of the battery or in the technical specifications in the manual to determine which yours is.

    • Nickel-based batteries (either NiCd or NiMH) DO NOT generally suffer from a misunderstood phenomenon known as the "memory effect." As described in Wikipedia and many expert sources, the term "memory effect" has been widely mythologized to describe any and all deterioration of NiCd (and other battery chemistries), in many cases misleading consumers into further shortening the lives of the batteries through over-discharging to "recondition" them.
    • This section formerly read: If you charge the battery partially enough times, eventually the battery "forgets" that it can charge fully. A nickel-based battery suffering from memory effect can be reconditioned, which requires the battery to be completely discharged, then completely recharged (sometimes several times). The appropriate length of time between reconditionings varies. A good rule to follow for nickel-battery cell-phones is to discharge them completely once every two to three weeks, and only when you have a charger available.
    • Lithium ion batteries can be preserved by careful charging and avoiding storing them at full charge.They do not require "reconditioning."
    • Regardless of the battery type, use only a charger rated for your battery, and discontinue use of a charger that causes the battery to heat up excessively.
  4. Store batteries properly. If your battery will be out of use for a while, disconnect it from the phone and store it in a cool place (the refrigerator is good, but freezing temperatures do not slow oxidation) and away from metal objects. Ensure that the battery is not exposed to moisture; try putting the battery in an airtight container or bag. Lithium ion batteries are not rated to operate at refrigerated temperatures, so let the battery sit outside the refrigerator for at least an hour before using it again. Lithium ion batteries oxidize least when they are stored at 40% charge. Never store a lithium battery at low voltage. Recharge batteries after storage.
  5. Clean the battery contacts on the battery and on the phone. Over time, contacts may accumulate dirt. Clean them with a cotton swab and rubbing alcohol to maximize the efficiency of energy transfer. In addition, if the contacts are two different metals, such as gold and tin, accelerated corrosion known as "galvanic or bi-metallic" occurs. Cutting the corrosion from the contacts often requires solvents, such as acetone or nail polish remover. Be careful: these solvent dissolve plastic, so use a Q-Tip to avoid damaging the battery housing or the phone.
  6. Use a black background whenever possible. AMOLED screens use a lot less power displaying black instead of white When web browsing use sites like that displays a black Google background instead of white.

on Aug 07, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Does iphone 4 has the same battery as galaxy 2 ?

No, I believe the Apple 4 has a Lithium Poly battery and the Galaxy has a lithium ion battery. They are also different sizes and the Apple 4 is 1420 mAh and the Galaxy 2 is 1800 mAh.

Sep 30, 2014 | Apple iPhone Cell Phones

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Does iphones have batteries

Yes, all iPhones have batteries. It's a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

Sep 03, 2014 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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How do i find a new battery for my skyp phone wifi phone f1ppooogn-sk wansglory battery w0001 3.7v 1100mah battery np-60 and ocassionally E-Bay all have the batteries for sale. Most of the time they are listed as Camera batteries as long as it is the correct type of battery (Li-ion), shape, and voltage (3.7), and has the correct connector type and and the same or better capacity in mAh (>= 1200), it should work well

May 08, 2011 | Cell Phones

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What is the price of nokia 6288?

Manufacturer: Nokia Nokia 6288 Price Range: 9,500 - 11,000 Features: MP3, Camera 2MP, FM Stereo, AAC+ WAP 2.0, GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Bluetooth, Pop-Port USB, SMS, MMS, Email, IM Standard Battery: Li-ion 1100mAh standby up to 250 hours talk time 4.5 hours

Mar 09, 2011 | Nokia 6288 Cellular Phone

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What is the battery that i need for this phone


You require Lithium-Ion Battery BC50 / SNN5779A for your motorola SLVR L7

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Aug 17, 2010 | Motorola Mobility SLVR L7 Cellular Phone

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2nd attempt----my a930 cell phone continues to discharge prematurally. Can get only a 2-4 hour charge. Batteries have been replaced. Do I need a software update ??

1. What type of battery do you have is it a Lithium Ion or Ni Cad battery, Ni Cad batteries need to be completely discharged and then charged back up again, if its a Lithium Ion, your battery has memory cells in it, where it technically doesn't matter when you do it...but
2. Charging habbits - How are you charging your phone, you should charge the phone when you first get it for a good 8-10 hours, the first charge is the most important, after that depending on what type of battery you have (see above) let it die and then charge it up for about 8 hours again, do this for about a week you should start to see significant difference.

Also are you using a car charger or a wall charger, car chargers are NOT the best way to charge your phone, they used to get the job done, but not a perminate solution

Apr 06, 2010 | Samsung SCH-a930 Cellular Phone

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Battery goes dead in 1 day

Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), 950 mAh
Talk-time - up to 240 minutes

It also depends on if you're texting a lot, because with the combination of texting and talking, it really drains your battery. I have almost an identical situation with my Iphone...

Oct 29, 2009 | LG Xenon GR500 Cell Phone

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My phone wont read the full battery i put in it but when i plug the phone in to the charger it says full battery

It sounds like you battery is not holding enough charge and needs replacing. Lithium Ion batteries last for about 3 years before they hold so little charge they become almost useless.

Apr 24, 2008 | Motorola Cell Phones

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