Hm.. took it off charger 5 hours ago and its now at 50% with normal usage, no wifi or Bluetooth. Should probably see if Verizon will give new battery ?
I think i have came up with a new idea on the battery draining so fast in my situation.. It seems to be draining in the 4-6 hours when i am at work which only has 1-2 bars in the building and hardly never any 3G coverage. Versus if i am at my house and driving around in the metro area, i have alot better coverage.
I didn't read all the posts here and maybe someone has said this, but....WHile I was out and about one day on the east side of Indy, I noticed my battery was almost dead and had just taken it off of the charger (car) about an hour prior. I would think draining a battery that fast would generate some heat and the battery (through the cover) would be warm, but mine was not. I plugged it in the car charger and after about 20 minutes it was fully charged again. Again, this rapid charging should generate some heat and it didn't. SO I am leaning towards the problem being in the battery monitoring rather than an actual battery problem. This has only happened to me once though.
I'm just giving my experience. Not saying anyone is wrong or right for the way they use their phone. I don't stream pandora on my phone cause I can do that on my work pc. I don't use the wifi on my phone cause I have a laptop at home that I can look stuff up on. I don't use the gps in the car, cause I already have a gps unit. That's just be though. Your experience will undoubtedly vary. I have used the phone to look things up on the web and whatnot in the past.
Last edited by captclueless; 12-15-2009 at 12:40 PM.