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    Battery weirdness.

    Using original Moto Droid, FroYo 2.2.1

    Last night, I went to bed around 9:30pm. Read a few pages on Aldiko reader, hit the power button to shut off the screen and went to sleep. My Droid had a full charge.

    This morning I woke up around 7:30am and the phone turned itself off, presumably from a dead battery. I hooked it up to the wall charger and after a few minutes (5 or so) it showed a 60% charge.

    I thought this was a little unusual. When I went to sleep, the screen was off, but GPS, Sync, and WiFi were 'on'. Screen was set to its darkest setting.

    Ideas?
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    Well sounds about right if GPS and sync was on bc that will run even when screen is off....ru running a ROM or anything.....and little man might have came in your room last night and cut it off 2

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    No ROMs. Bone stock Moto Droid, unrooted with FroYo 2.2.1.

    I realize the smart phones are battery hogs, but I thought going from 100% to 0% in 8 hours with no activity on the phone was a little unusual.
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    Yea that's not right might have a bad battery if its a D1 I would take it to the store and have it checked out and that should solve your prob but that's what it sounds like to me

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    Have the exact same problem. My battery was showing 20% left and I put it on the dock to charge it. Within about 10 minutes the charge showed 70%? That is entirely impossible and the only thing I have running is sync.

    I called a VZW rep tonight and described my issues, along with the phone feeling extremely hot after the battery drains, about how it randomly shuts off, etc. I didn't even realize I was 8 days away from my 1 year warranty being up so after a few troubleshooting measures (*228, battery pull, making sure everything is updated) she just said she will be sending me a new phone, rather than waiting because of the warranty.

    I am completely stock, no app killer, normal browsing, no gaming, rare YouTube use, and this is a very recent problem for me. I just hope the replacement Droid doesn't do the exact same thing.

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