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VX4400 Battery Life

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Mike, Jul 2, 2004.

  1. In time and after sever charging cycles, you should notice that the battery
    life will increase dramatically.

    David R. Goyer



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    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:suoFc.10551$aM4.3586977@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > I didn't even waste my time with the standard battery because when I
    > compared even the published ratings, they were significantly lower than
    > comparable phones. So I bought the extended life battery immediately.
    > It's much better. I really can't give you any numbers ... never measured
    > it. But it's much better and allows me to get through about 2.5-3 days
    > of moderate use without needing a charge.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
    > Mike wrote:
    > > I just bought a VX4400B phone. I am still within my 15 days. I
    > > really like the phone, but the battery life seems to be very poor. I
    > > am not a power user, and I have adjusted all the LCD settings and such
    > > to decent levels (in the 50% range), stayed in digital mode, etc. I
    > > am betting about 30 hrs of standby and 30 min of talk time and I'm
    > > down to 1 bar. I think I can get a bunch more time on the last bar,
    > > as my very 1st day with the phone I only had 1 bar, and got about an
    > > hour of talk time and never got the low battery warning. This just
    > > seems to far below the claimed battery life. I realize you don't
    > > always get what is posted, but we are not even close. I know the
    > > extended battery is an option, but how much better will that truly be.
    > > Can anyone please post their average standby/talk times of their OEM
    > > battery? I have already swapped the battery, next is to try to swap
    > > the phone and charger. Thanks!

    >
     



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  2. In time and after sever charging cycles, you should notice that the battery
    life will increase dramatically.

    David R. Goyer



    --
    All email is scanned and deemed virus free by Norton Anti-Virus 2003.
    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:suoFc.10551$aM4.3586977@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > I didn't even waste my time with the standard battery because when I
    > compared even the published ratings, they were significantly lower than
    > comparable phones. So I bought the extended life battery immediately.
    > It's much better. I really can't give you any numbers ... never measured
    > it. But it's much better and allows me to get through about 2.5-3 days
    > of moderate use without needing a charge.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
    > Mike wrote:
    > > I just bought a VX4400B phone. I am still within my 15 days. I
    > > really like the phone, but the battery life seems to be very poor. I
    > > am not a power user, and I have adjusted all the LCD settings and such
    > > to decent levels (in the 50% range), stayed in digital mode, etc. I
    > > am betting about 30 hrs of standby and 30 min of talk time and I'm
    > > down to 1 bar. I think I can get a bunch more time on the last bar,
    > > as my very 1st day with the phone I only had 1 bar, and got about an
    > > hour of talk time and never got the low battery warning. This just
    > > seems to far below the claimed battery life. I realize you don't
    > > always get what is posted, but we are not even close. I know the
    > > extended battery is an option, but how much better will that truly be.
    > > Can anyone please post their average standby/talk times of their OEM
    > > battery? I have already swapped the battery, next is to try to swap
    > > the phone and charger. Thanks!

    >
     
  3. In time and after sever charging cycles, you should notice that the battery
    life will increase dramatically.

    David R. Goyer



    --
    All email is scanned and deemed virus free by Norton Anti-Virus 2003.
    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:suoFc.10551$aM4.3586977@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > I didn't even waste my time with the standard battery because when I
    > compared even the published ratings, they were significantly lower than
    > comparable phones. So I bought the extended life battery immediately.
    > It's much better. I really can't give you any numbers ... never measured
    > it. But it's much better and allows me to get through about 2.5-3 days
    > of moderate use without needing a charge.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
    > Mike wrote:
    > > I just bought a VX4400B phone. I am still within my 15 days. I
    > > really like the phone, but the battery life seems to be very poor. I
    > > am not a power user, and I have adjusted all the LCD settings and such
    > > to decent levels (in the 50% range), stayed in digital mode, etc. I
    > > am betting about 30 hrs of standby and 30 min of talk time and I'm
    > > down to 1 bar. I think I can get a bunch more time on the last bar,
    > > as my very 1st day with the phone I only had 1 bar, and got about an
    > > hour of talk time and never got the low battery warning. This just
    > > seems to far below the claimed battery life. I realize you don't
    > > always get what is posted, but we are not even close. I know the
    > > extended battery is an option, but how much better will that truly be.
    > > Can anyone please post their average standby/talk times of their OEM
    > > battery? I have already swapped the battery, next is to try to swap
    > > the phone and charger. Thanks!

    >
     
  4. In time and after sever charging cycles, you should notice that the battery
    life will increase dramatically.

    David R. Goyer



    --
    All email is scanned and deemed virus free by Norton Anti-Virus 2003.
    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:suoFc.10551$aM4.3586977@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > I didn't even waste my time with the standard battery because when I
    > compared even the published ratings, they were significantly lower than
    > comparable phones. So I bought the extended life battery immediately.
    > It's much better. I really can't give you any numbers ... never measured
    > it. But it's much better and allows me to get through about 2.5-3 days
    > of moderate use without needing a charge.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
    > Mike wrote:
    > > I just bought a VX4400B phone. I am still within my 15 days. I
    > > really like the phone, but the battery life seems to be very poor. I
    > > am not a power user, and I have adjusted all the LCD settings and such
    > > to decent levels (in the 50% range), stayed in digital mode, etc. I
    > > am betting about 30 hrs of standby and 30 min of talk time and I'm
    > > down to 1 bar. I think I can get a bunch more time on the last bar,
    > > as my very 1st day with the phone I only had 1 bar, and got about an
    > > hour of talk time and never got the low battery warning. This just
    > > seems to far below the claimed battery life. I realize you don't
    > > always get what is posted, but we are not even close. I know the
    > > extended battery is an option, but how much better will that truly be.
    > > Can anyone please post their average standby/talk times of their OEM
    > > battery? I have already swapped the battery, next is to try to swap
    > > the phone and charger. Thanks!

    >
     
  5. In time and after sever charging cycles, you should notice that the battery
    life will increase dramatically.

    David R. Goyer



    --
    All email is scanned and deemed virus free by Norton Anti-Virus 2003.
    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:suoFc.10551$aM4.3586977@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > I didn't even waste my time with the standard battery because when I
    > compared even the published ratings, they were significantly lower than
    > comparable phones. So I bought the extended life battery immediately.
    > It's much better. I really can't give you any numbers ... never measured
    > it. But it's much better and allows me to get through about 2.5-3 days
    > of moderate use without needing a charge.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
    > Mike wrote:
    > > I just bought a VX4400B phone. I am still within my 15 days. I
    > > really like the phone, but the battery life seems to be very poor. I
    > > am not a power user, and I have adjusted all the LCD settings and such
    > > to decent levels (in the 50% range), stayed in digital mode, etc. I
    > > am betting about 30 hrs of standby and 30 min of talk time and I'm
    > > down to 1 bar. I think I can get a bunch more time on the last bar,
    > > as my very 1st day with the phone I only had 1 bar, and got about an
    > > hour of talk time and never got the low battery warning. This just
    > > seems to far below the claimed battery life. I realize you don't
    > > always get what is posted, but we are not even close. I know the
    > > extended battery is an option, but how much better will that truly be.
    > > Can anyone please post their average standby/talk times of their OEM
    > > battery? I have already swapped the battery, next is to try to swap
    > > the phone and charger. Thanks!

    >
     
  6. In time and after sever charging cycles, you should notice that the battery
    life will increase dramatically.

    David R. Goyer



    --
    All email is scanned and deemed virus free by Norton Anti-Virus 2003.
    "Larry" <Larry@nospam.net> wrote in message
    news:suoFc.10551$aM4.3586977@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv.net...
    > I didn't even waste my time with the standard battery because when I
    > compared even the published ratings, they were significantly lower than
    > comparable phones. So I bought the extended life battery immediately.
    > It's much better. I really can't give you any numbers ... never measured
    > it. But it's much better and allows me to get through about 2.5-3 days
    > of moderate use without needing a charge.
    >
    > Larry E.
    >
    > Mike wrote:
    > > I just bought a VX4400B phone. I am still within my 15 days. I
    > > really like the phone, but the battery life seems to be very poor. I
    > > am not a power user, and I have adjusted all the LCD settings and such
    > > to decent levels (in the 50% range), stayed in digital mode, etc. I
    > > am betting about 30 hrs of standby and 30 min of talk time and I'm
    > > down to 1 bar. I think I can get a bunch more time on the last bar,
    > > as my very 1st day with the phone I only had 1 bar, and got about an
    > > hour of talk time and never got the low battery warning. This just
    > > seems to far below the claimed battery life. I realize you don't
    > > always get what is posted, but we are not even close. I know the
    > > extended battery is an option, but how much better will that truly be.
    > > Can anyone please post their average standby/talk times of their OEM
    > > battery? I have already swapped the battery, next is to try to swap
    > > the phone and charger. Thanks!

    >
     
  7. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  8. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  9. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  10. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  11. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  12. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  13. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  14. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  15. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  16. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  17. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  18. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  19. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     
  20. Steve B

    Steve B Guest

    I charge my 4400 (mine is not the B version) once every two days, typically.
    I rarely turn it off. Like you performed, I've lowered my display settings
    from their default values. I talk on it probably close to one hour per day.

    Steve
     

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