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  1. #1
    Si
    Guest
    Hi,

    I've heard of reports of poor performance of P910i models as the battery
    dips below 15%.

    Anyone confirm or deny?

    Si.





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  2. #2
    Ian Roberts
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    Re: P910i slows as battery dips below 15%


    "Si" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi,
    >
    > I've heard of reports of poor performance of P910i models as the battery
    > dips below 15%.
    >
    > Anyone confirm or deny?
    >
    > Si.
    >


    I got mine a week ago and for the first few days I was convinced there was
    something wrong with it. Frequent lockups, slow to reposnd when switching
    apps, poor or no playback of video/audio/photos and then grinding to a halt.
    But the battery wasnt fully charged. I have since done a full charge then a
    full discharge (left a long video clip on loop for most of the day!) and
    then a full recharge. Since then, so far so good.

    But I came to the same conclusion that when the batt gets to approx 15% its
    on its last legs. I'll run mine down to that level again and see what
    happens....

    Ian





  3. #3
    Fitness Fiend
    Guest

    Re: P910i slows as battery dips below 15%

    >
    > But I came to the same conclusion that when the batt gets to approx 15%
    > its on its last legs. I'll run mine down to that level again and see what
    > happens....
    >
    > Ian



    I got mine down to 2% last night before it started giving me grief.

    However, we'll see how long it lasts on the full charge this time (wasn't
    impressed with SE's 4 hour initial charge result).

    Alan





  4. #4
    Tim S Kemp
    Guest

    Re: P910i slows as battery dips below 15%

    Fitness Fiend wrote:

    > However, we'll see how long it lasts on the full charge this time
    > (wasn't impressed with SE's 4 hour initial charge result).


    Mine is running for about 3 days used as a phone only, any browsing or other
    interactive functions shorten it to a couple of days max, bluetooth seems to
    be a killer for it (althouth the range is great, I can surf the web anywhere
    in the house using passthrough)


    --
    "Get a paper bag"





  5. #5
    Fitness Fiend
    Guest

    Re: P910i slows as battery dips below 15%


    "Tim S Kemp" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Fitness Fiend wrote:
    >
    >> However, we'll see how long it lasts on the full charge this time
    >> (wasn't impressed with SE's 4 hour initial charge result).

    >
    > Mine is running for about 3 days used as a phone only, any browsing or
    > other interactive functions shorten it to a couple of days max, bluetooth
    > seems to be a killer for it (althouth the range is great, I can surf the
    > web anywhere in the house using passthrough)
    >


    I'm still trying to get the bluetooth to settle down. Have access to the
    phone but struggling to get modem access. Do you use the phone's gprs for
    surfing or dial up?

    Alan





  6. #6
    Tim S Kemp
    Guest

    Re: P910i slows as battery dips below 15%

    Fitness Fiend wrote:

    > I'm still trying to get the bluetooth to settle down. Have access to
    > the phone but struggling to get modem access. Do you use the phone's
    > gprs for surfing or dial up?


    Dialup can work but it's fiddly - I use a TDK bluetooth adaptor. I have to
    turn off the phone link manager
    in the systme tray (disable all ports) to make a dialup conection or gprs
    connection over the P910. I don't do it much now as I'm using the in built
    mail client with IMAP4 and also the in built browser for the odd web page I
    need in a hurry - most of my mobile access is to wap.bt.com for directory
    enquiries anyhow!

    --
    "Get a paper bag"





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