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  1. #1
    Timmy
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    Got a new 6230i been charging for ages the charging bars still going up and
    down, unplug the charger and the battery looks full, but not getting battery
    full message though. Used battery from another 6230i, same thing! Do I have
    a problem here? Help Thanks.





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  2. #2
    Timmy
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    Re: Charging a 6230i

    Will give that a go thanks


    "Lars-Erik Østerud" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Timmy skrev:
    >
    >> Got a new 6230i been charging for ages the charging bars still going up
    >> and
    >> down, unplug the charger and the battery looks full, but not getting
    >> battery

    >
    > Disable the screensavers if you haven't, and enable the powersave
    > instead. With the screensaver on the power drain is HUGE :-(
    >
    > --
    > Lars-Erik - http://home.chello.no/~larse/ - ICQ 7297605
    > WinXP, Asus P4PE, 2.53 GHz, Asus V8420 (Ti4200), SB-Live!






  3. #3
    Timmy
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    Re: Charging a 6230i

    Well over 12 hours

    "Brian Morrison" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Timmy wrote:
    >> Got a new 6230i been charging for ages the charging bars still going up
    >> and down, unplug the charger and the battery looks full, but not getting
    >> battery full message though. Used battery from another 6230i, same thing!
    >> Do I have a problem here? Help Thanks.

    >
    > How long is ages?
    >
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    >
    > Brian Morrison
    >
    > please observe reply-to address






  4. #4
    Timmy
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    Re: Charging a 6230i

    Tried the new battery in my 6230i and it showed it was full. Took the whole
    phone back to Virgin and they changed it. Also read on another forum that I
    wasn't the only one with this problem. Thanks for your advice anyway Brian

    Timmy
    "Brian Morrison" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Timmy wrote:
    >> Well over 12 hours

    >
    > That does seem a long time, are you able to test the battery in a
    > different Nokia to confirm that it isn't a battery fault?
    >
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    >
    > Brian Morrison
    >
    > please observe reply-to address






  5. #5
    Marc
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    Re: Charging a 6230i

    Timmy wrote:
    > Got a new 6230i been charging for ages the charging bars still going up and
    > down, unplug the charger and the battery looks full, but not getting battery
    > full message though. Used battery from another 6230i, same thing! Do I have
    > a problem here? Help Thanks.
    >
    >


    This is a bug, my and my sister have the phone (i have the latest
    firmware, she has the one before) and it happens. Left it going well
    over 24 hours before!

    Solution: Switch off the phone when charging, it the bars will stop
    moving when the battery is full.

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    Marc
    Visit http://www.iMarc.co.uk/ for contact information..



  6. #6
    DrWizard
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    Re: Charging a 6230i

    Ok, Remember the NOKIA battery

    "Timmy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Tried the new battery in my 6230i and it showed it was full. Took the

    whole
    > phone back to Virgin and they changed it. Also read on another forum that

    I
    > wasn't the only one with this problem. Thanks for your advice anyway Brian
    >







  7. #7
    DrWizard
    Guest

    Re: Charging a 6230i

    Oop ( I accident wrong press key !)...anyway !

    Rememeber, This battery should be "Authorised NOKIA logo"

    Never cheaper or without authorised battery cause weak ran or explosive.

    Since Hong Kong who man bought a cheaper battery on NOKIA phone.
    While he talk on mobile came small explosive his ear and hand were injured.
    Ambulance take him to hospital. He explain to police and report to Vodafone
    ask how came the explosive from. He bought a different battery were
    unauthorised.

    Finally Nokia put the new Label on NOKIA battery have show "sratches on
    serial number" were provide authorised.

    Or you may own RISK other unathorised battery on NOKIA Mobile phone.

    Report by REUTERS newspaper.


    "Timmy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Tried the new battery in my 6230i and it showed it was full. Took the

    whole
    > phone back to Virgin and they changed it. Also read on another forum that

    I
    > wasn't the only one with this problem. Thanks for your advice anyway Brian







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