Ever since RIM went down and i have installed OS6, my blackberry curve 9300 isnt not holding charge.The battery indicator will get to about halfway with little help and then the phone blacks out. Its starting to do it more frequently, it even did it when it was on charge
My E51 is jjust over two years old and will no longer hold a charge beyond about 30 hours
I have: replaced the battery, do not use Bluetooth, do not scan for wireless networks, cleaned the battery poles, removed the memory card on a trial basis, updated the firmware to the latest version. What else can I do besides return it to Nokia?
Our last nokia phones outlasted their shells over 5 years before we decided to replace them. This e51 has been great until now. Considering moving to another manufacturer.
HI my 4 S doesn't take the charge any longer, and sometimes when I turn it off and plug it, it takes a little bit of charge but doesn't hold it long, and the phone get super hot. What should I do to fix that problem, I have donwload all the last version and the phone is only a few months old.
I recently purchased an apple battery charger, and I would like to know how long the battery charger takes it charge the batteries form nearly empty. Also if the battery charger can overcharge the batteries. And whether the batteries that are included are charged ready to go.
Info: MacBook, Mac OS X (10.7.2), 250gb HDD, 2007 Black version
The dreaded fast battery drain finally starting happening to me the past couple of days. Last night I checked the battery usage and noticed something called 'RILD' was using up 14% of my battery life. What is it? Can you get rid of it? Why was it appearing last night but today after power cycling my phone it's no longer on the list of battery uses?
In addition I noticed that it seems to be taking much longer to charge my battery now than it did before. My car charger seems to be ineffective at charging even though it appears to be working correctly. The light on the charger is lighting up and my phone's indicator is showing it as being charged. But after 30 minutes of charging it hasn't budged the battery meter one iota.
I bought a new iPhone in Miami a week a go and yesterday I tried to turn it on for the first time but it didn't work, then I left it charging all night and this morning when I tried it was all charged and working but when I disconected it from de charger it turned off again e did not work, it only turns on when connected to the charger.
I'm loving everything about the i4 but I simply can't get the phone to hold a signal long enough to talk while holding it because of either the hardware or software issues. I was just trying to call my wife to tell her there was a huge storm coming and she couldn't hear me after a few seconds when the bars started dropping.
We send a droid razr for repair on 8/22 and it was received on 8/24. Received an email at 11:03 on 8/27 that the problem with the phone is not covered under the warrantee and to contact Motorola as soon as possible to authorize and pay for the repair. I agreed to pay $125 plus tax to repair the screen as long as the overheating and battery not holding a charge was looked into. Today I called to see what was going on and was advised that she (rep) has no idea and would send an email and get back to me within 24-24 hours. I advised that was not acceptable and I was sent to the Repair Escalation Department, Curtis advised me the exact same thing and when i explained that my phone has been with Motorola since 8/24 and they have had my payment since 8/27 and that originally I was advised that the repair would be done and the phone back to me within 5 business days and we were now at 8 and I needed to speak to a supervision he stated that he was the supervisor and there was no one above him to talk to. Someone please explain how I am getting the same exact information (none with a 24 to 48 hour wait time) from customer service and the Repair Escalation Department?
Phone won't turn on. Doesn't show 'battery' when plugged in to charge. It was in my holster, next to my body. It had 90% charge when I put it on. 5 hrs later I found it off, and it won't turn on. What do I do?
my iphone battery died and now it wont turn it all it shows is the charging screen with a lighting bolt i left it on my wall charger for 45 mins and still had not turned on so i plugged it in my laptop for another 45 mins and still not turned on i tried restoreing it but the computer wont recognise the iphone i tried holding down the home and power button and the screen went black then took me back to the charging screen there are no signs of it charging do i need to replace my battery
About 5 weeks ago, I got my iPhone 4s wet. It was not completely submerged in water and had a phone cover on it at the time.I put it in a bag of rice for about 3 weeks and it is now fully functional.The buttons, sound, camera, touch screen, etc... it works the way it did before. The only way the phone will turn on is if I connect it to the charger, but it will only stay on for a few mins before a red line appears across the screen and fades out then will power itself up again. If i leave it connected to the charger it will keep doing this over and over again.
While I'm using my xperia z2 and charging it, the battery doesn't charge. Example " start to use it at batter 30% , after one hour ,while I'm using it, still 30% not only this but also sometimes it get lower.
So I have been using dolphin browser for about a year and a half now and to save photos on the browser all I had to do was long hold on it and it would save automatically. Now I have to go to the website in order to get to the photo and then save it.
is this possible? I've googled for a little while can't find anything, I guess I'm not phrasing it right to find it?I like my long hold recent apps to bring up multi window, I would love to long hold back maybe to launch a "quick compose" message without leaving my app or start the music player
Some days after I bought the Xperia X10, I realized I need to hold the power button lont time ti turn the X10 on, is it normal? Can someone tell me, what is the average time for holding the power button?
My iphone 4 suddenly died last night even though it said it had about 40% power. When I plug it in, it turns back on but will not connect to anything (no internet, and I can't call or text). As soon as I unlpug it, it turns off, and sometimes when it is plugged in it either says it has 0% or 100% charge. After about 60 seconds of being plugged in it turns off and restarts. It won't start up fully when I plug it into my computer, it just shows the Apple symbol before shutting off again. I am thinking this is a hardware issue. Is it possible that the battery is so drained (since it won't hold charge), even when it is plugged in, that it doesn't even have the power to connect to the internet or call or anything? I have had this phone for about 1.5 years.┬
Important note: I had it fixed about 2-3 weeks ago when the whole front piece of the phone was shattered when it was run over by a car, lol. Even in that state, the phone continued to vibrate when recieving calls, and when the front piece and home button were replaced everything was working except for the camera. Maybe some internal damage is just now catching up to the phone?
When i charge it, the battery falls very very quickly (MUCH quicker than usual). as in my 'battery life is about 3 hours. at first i thought it was the battery but after replacing it with many times, i realised it was the phone. so i sent it to the repairs. BUT i am currently using a temporary blackberry which has no faults yetthe same problem still persists! the phone (or whatever the cause is) strains the battery too fast.
Help! My photon will not hold a charge. It charge up to 100%, but it will be dead after a couple hours with little or no use. I have changed the battery and that did not help. I have check the backlight, made sure that nothing is running in the background and I don't get any emails forwarded to the phone.