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  1. #1
    riki
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    hi, i have a question about k700:

    before i start charging k700 i use all the battery so it turns off by it
    self...then when i plug in the charger display automaticaly turns on saying
    "charging" and stays turn on indefinetly...
    how can i charge k700 with display turned off???





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  2. #2
    Antzz
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    Re: Q about k700...

    i dont think you can

    "riki" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > hi, i have a question about k700:
    >
    > before i start charging k700 i use all the battery so it turns off by it
    > self...then when i plug in the charger display automaticaly turns on

    saying
    > "charging" and stays turn on indefinetly...
    > how can i charge k700 with display turned off???
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Paul remove-the-nospam Day
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    Re: Q about k700...

    riki <[email protected]> wrote:
    > before i start charging k700 i use all the battery so it turns off by it
    > self...then when i plug in the charger display automaticaly turns on saying
    > "charging" and stays turn on indefinetly...
    > how can i charge k700 with display turned off???


    You can't - and do you realise running Li-Ion/Pol batteries down
    completely is really bad for them? You're drastically reducing it's
    life-span.

    PD

    --
    Paul Day Web: www.bur.st/~paul GPG Key ID: 7FF655A8



  4. #4
    >-©LuVbuG©-
    Guest

    Re: Q about k700...

    "riki" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > hi, i have a question about k700:
    >
    > before i start charging k700 i use all the battery so it turns off by it
    > self...then when i plug in the charger display automaticaly turns on
    > saying
    > "charging" and stays turn on indefinetly...
    > how can i charge k700 with display turned off???
    >


    As this behavior is by design, it can't be changed!

    As a side issue, I personally would only run down the battery to the point
    where the phone displays "battery low", instead of to the point where it's
    completely empty.

    Hope this helps.

    --
    Antz
    Part of the UKtm family





  5. #5
    Paul Busby
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    Re: Q about k700...

    riki wrote:
    > hi, i have a question about k700:
    >
    > before i start charging k700 i use all the battery so it turns off by
    > it self...then when i plug in the charger display automaticaly turns
    > on saying "charging" and stays turn on indefinetly...
    > how can i charge k700 with display turned off???


    I'm not sure if I understand your question but it sounds like you are
    allowing your phone to discharge to the point where the phone disconnects
    the battery which is safe to do 'cos the electronics in the battery pack
    detect this state before the cells can be damaged. You then recharge the
    phone still switched off where the display remains on? If so, charge the
    phone more often & charge it with the phone switched on.

    Li Ion batteries don't need to be drained before recharging & on older
    Ericsson phones such as the T28, I'm sure the instruction manual recommended
    charging with the phone switched on - probably allowing the phone's charging
    be done more effectively. As I've said, I maybe missing something.

    Regards





  6. #6
    riki
    Guest

    Re: Q about k700...

    thanks everyone for answers!
    is there any other good tip that you can give me about k700, not only
    regarding battery but in generall...





  7. #7
    Paul Busby
    Guest

    Re: Q about k700...

    riki wrote:
    > thanks everyone for answers!
    > is there any other good tip that you can give me about k700, not only
    > regarding battery but in generall...


    Initially charge it overnight & do the same when it requires recharging a
    few times.

    Download then install a dark theme such as Knots from Esato, is easy on the
    eye as well as very readable, unlike many themes that need editing 1st. The
    more you use the phone, the more power will be saved by doing so - not much
    but some.

    Be aware that the screen scratches easily.

    Also consider buying a BT dongle if you want to connect to a PC.

    RTFM at least once






  8. #8
    riki
    Guest

    Re: Q about k700...

    thanks





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