I just received my new Samsung Captivate. The intsructions said to charge it before starting it up, so I am doing that right now. Should I charge it until it says the battery is full or should I keep it on the charger even longer than that?
It can’t be more charged than full. But just charge it for as long as you want, if you’re in no rush to use it then leave it until it’s full.
I’ve been swapping phone batteries with my mom for about 6 months now and it’s terrible. Since the charging port on my Samsung eternity no longer works, is there a way to purchase an external device that will still charge the battery separate from the phone?
There are many ways you can charge your battery by itself out of the phone, the listed products below include a mains charger which uses the phones USB port, and also a dock which will charge the phone and also a single battery by itself.
Just choose which would be the most suitable for you.
I have a Samsung Eternity and I was wondering when would be best for the battery to be charged. Should I charge it when it is down to one bar or when it is completely dead? The battery in my old phone completely died and was unusable after I charged it every time my phone was totally dead and my phone wouldn’t turn on. So when is the best time to charge my Samsung Eternity because I don’t want to kill this battery.
Billy Id suggest every night weather its down to one bar or not. Its not a bad idea to leave it run down occasionally but the newer batteries do not have memories like the old nicad ones.
You can charge it when its convenient to do so.
Hm , its like its taking him forever to be fully charged? :S
How long does it take? Cause I used iPhone before, and iPhone needed like one hour to be fully charged. Its like samsung S2 need 5 hours :C
Until it says it’s done.
My Samsung D900 cell phone has run out of battery and my charger is a couple of thousand miles away. Is there anywhere in New York City (Manhattan preferably) where I could charge it?
Nowhere where you can charge it but any cell phone store will sell you a new charger.
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I just got Samsung charge phone. Good phone overall but i have been having one problems. Several applications that I downloaded can not be found in applications. They must go somewhere else because I do get confirmations that the applications were downloaded successfully. If you know what folder they could be, I would appreciate your help.
If it’s live wallpapers, they do NOT show in app drawer. You set them by going menu / wallpapers.
So what sort of apps?
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I’m not a complete idiot, some parts are missing!
I just got the samsung behold phone and i want to start using it! How long will it take to charge and do i have to wait until its fully charged before i can start using it?
I just got the phone as well and think it is sleek, and cool. I charged mine throughout the whole night, so it can be fully charged in the morning. After that it only takes an hour or two to fully charge.
I was just wondering how long my phone (SAMSUNG FOCUS) charges. Because in reviews people have said that they charge long. Thanks!
If its a smartphone its expected to take between 3-5 hours.
How do I add music to my Samsung Droid Charge? I just want to connect the phone to my computer and be able to drag music to it or something. Help!!!
My phone won’t let me mount the SD card or whatever while its connected but when it isn’t connected, it says that it is mounted.
I can’t go an entire day connected to the network without having to charge it up again at some point, and I just got this phone. Has anyone else been having trouble with the battery life? I might go in today and trade it in for another to see if its any better.
Smartphones go through battery life pretty quick, and anything that updates regularly (GPS, search for wi-fi networks, low signal/searching-for-signal) will slow it as well. Depending on the activity, a half a day to a day and a half or two days is pretty common lifespan between charges.
There’s also a bunch of apps running by default in the background on your phone, sometimes sending data and often using up processing power.Try downloading and using a task killer like Advanced Task Killer ( https://market.android.com/details?id=com.rechild.advancedtaskkiller ). Killing off apps you don’t need will help battery life, and if you are not on a wifi network or out and about, turn off wifi scanning and GPS.
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