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VX4400 Battery Life

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

  1. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     



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  2. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  3. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  4. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  5. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  6. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  7. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  8. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  9. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  10. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  11. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  12. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  13. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  14. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  15. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  16. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  17. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  18. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  19. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     
  20. >From: mem7759@yahoo.com

    > I sure hope that is not the case.


    It's usually not the case. You might find lines like that in manuals as a
    legacy; however, modern LION (and better) batteries do not have the old memory
    effect that would have made it necessary to fully discharge and then fully
    charge a battery to set the memory.
     

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