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  1. #1
    Jack's cold sweat
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    I have recently bought a 6610i, and the first time i charged it for around 6
    hours is this long enough? If it is not could it damage the phones battery?





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    Simon Templar
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    Re: New phone, how long should I allow it to charge?

    Jack's cold sweat wrote:

    > I have recently bought a 6610i, and the first time i charged it for around 6
    > hours is this long enough? If it is not could it damage the phones battery?
    >
    >


    They normally recommend overnight, but I'm sure 6 hours will be fine.
    Let's face it the phone gives the battery a rapid charge to about 80 or
    90% (I think, techies might be able to give you a more accurate amount)
    and then it backs off to trickle charge.

    I normally cycle my new phone batteries (Li-ion) the first few times,
    ie. charge them fully and then run them flat. I then only cycle them
    occasionally and they seem to last me well over year with 24/7 usage.



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  3. #3
    Jack's cold sweat
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    Re: New phone, how long should I allow it to charge?

    Hi! Its me again. Hmmm, i charged my phone yesterday from approx. 16 to 21
    and then today it ran out of battery, is this normal? ( Its my first phone
    with cam and colour display. ) Or have i screwed up the battery allready?

    Ps. its a Nokia 6610i!





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    Johan Wevers
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    Re: New phone, how long should I allow it to charge?

    Jack's cold sweat wrote:

    > Hi! Its me again. Hmmm, i charged my phone yesterday from approx. 16 to 21
    > and then today it ran out of battery, is this normal?


    My experience with this type of battery is that the battery will get better
    after a few load/unload cycles. And I also fould out that the camera in the
    phone consumes a lot of power. Did you experiment with it a lot?

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  5. #5
    Jack's cold sweat
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    Re: New phone, how long should I allow it to charge?

    "Johan Wevers" <[email protected]> skrev i en meddelelse
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    > Jack's cold sweat wrote:
    >
    > > Hi! Its me again. Hmmm, i charged my phone yesterday from approx. 16 to

    21
    > > and then today it ran out of battery, is this normal?

    >
    > My experience with this type of battery is that the battery will get

    better
    > after a few load/unload cycles. And I also fould out that the camera in

    the
    > phone consumes a lot of power. Did you experiment with it a lot?
    >
    > --
    > ir. J.C.A. Wevers // Physics and science fiction site:
    > [email protected] // http://www.xs4all.nl/~johanw/index.html
    > PGP/GPG public keys at http://www.xs4all.nl/~johanw/pgpkeys.html


    Hehe, yes i did play alot with the cam, but still ~24 hours isnt a long time
    , but if i gets better im happy.

    Thanks for the replies.





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