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Initial charge advice for samsung galaxy s2

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Please can someone advice me on an initial charge for this, as I want to maximise the battery Thanks Read More
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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
Please can someone advice me on an initial charge for this, as I want to maximise the battery

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#1
According to the manual 3 hours, according to the 8 hours,
#2
daindian
According to the manual 3 hours, according to the 8 hours,


I don't quite understand that mate?

And do you have the phone?
#3
isnt a initial charge for ANY new phone 16 hours?
#4
when I got mine before changing it for the LG Optimus X2 I charged mine overnight. It still eat the battery within about 8-10 hours from fully charged.
#5
Disco
isnt a initial charge for ANY new phone 16 hours?


No, simply not necessary for Li-Po batteries. Charge it till it says charged (likely under 2 hours), then if you want you can keep it plugged in and use it to trickle charge it, but its not necessary and won't impact on the battery life.
#6
stevvie
when I got mine before changing it for the LG Optimus X2 I charged mine overnight. It still eat the battery within about 8-10 hours from fully charged.


Why did you change for the X2 ? :s
#7
jah128
Disco
isnt a initial charge for ANY new phone 16 hours?


No, simply not necessary for Li-Po batteries. Charge it till it says charged (likely under 2 hours), then if you want you can keep it plugged in and use it to trickle charge it, but its not necessary and won't impact on the battery life.


Its Li-Ion if that makes a difference? :)
banned#8
This place gets worse every day
#9
So there is no initial charge needed? sorry for being stupid, but I just want to maximise the battery as my i4 battery pi**es me off!
#10
What I meant was, the shop and manual giving differing info, I would charge it overnight, whilst switched off to be safe and I have the galaxy s

Edited By: daindian on May 03, 2011 11:30
#11
Why don't you just read the manual like most people would do?
#12
stevvie
when I got mine before changing it for the LG Optimus X2 I charged mine overnight. It still eat the battery within about 8-10 hours from fully charged.


Why did you change it for a worse phone? :s
#13
The manual doesn't tell you how long to charge it for, I am also curious how long charge the SGS2 for the first time. Can't find any threads anywhere relating to this.
#14
Its pretty much up to you i would say, i used my fone right out of the box and it lasted about 4 years, then i charged it until it said 100% - that took about 3 hours. Today im testing how long the battery lasts when the phone is not used much, so far i've had it on since 1pm, and its on 93%. But just charge it overnight most of the time to be sure... and to prolong battery life, download "advanced task killer" from the market, its free, its better than the basic one that comes with the phone. the display uses up most of the battery life, so it want a live wallpaper, be prepared to pay for it with the battery.. lowering brightness helps, and switching off wi-fi when not in use etc.
#15
"The smaller the depth of discharge, the longer the battery will last. If at all possible, avoid frequent full discharges and charge more often between uses. If full discharges cannot be avoided, try utilizing a larger battery. Partial discharge on Li-ion is fine; there is no memory and the battery does not need periodic full discharge cycles other than to calibrate the fuel gauge on a smart battery."

- batteryuniversity.com [RE lithium polymer batteries.]
#16
I have just bought this phone today, i plugged it in to charge at 2pm and still nothing - cannot even switch it on yet :( so i guess i will be waiting until am........is this normal not to even get a little bit of power coming through....

Thanks D
banned#17
doodar
I have just bought this phone today, i plugged it in to charge at 2pm and still nothing - cannot even switch it on yet :( so i guess i will be waiting until am........is this normal not to even get a little bit of power coming through....

Thanks D


That's not right, it should power up when plugged into the mains, even if the battery is flat.

Are you sure the battery is even IN the phone? You have checked haven't you?

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