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    Quote Originally Posted by stevedz View Post
    And here i thought my girlfriend was the only one who actually sat on her phone for that long. What do you do for that much time on a phone? lol
    LOL... thankfully for me it is only done when the phone is new so most people are playing with it anyways

    But I will admit I do normally select music or videos to loop and leave the phone to run down... at least while I eat
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    ahh music yes. with this 22mbps up 22mbps down, i'm sure i can stream alot of stuff for hours on end. Will try now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by milkshed27 View Post
    Spot on with your info.
    I thought the RAZR had a Li-PO battery not a Li- Ion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkayl View Post
    Mine ran for 6 hours with what I consider moderate use. I had to run my Sling player the last 10% so I could fully drain it and get some sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevedz View Post
    ahh music yes. with this 22mbps up 22mbps down, i'm sure i can stream alot of stuff for hours on end. Will try now!
    22 up 22 down ... never heard of the same speeds on both before... don't think I've ever reached even 10mbps upload in nyc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkeyman806 View Post
    A batteries, even the new ones - well old to us now - but you know what I mean, need to be conditioned. This practice will get you the most out of your battery and should be done with any new device or new battery.

    I charged it fully and then used it until the phone shut itself off (got about 8.5 hours out of mine) and then charged it fully. I will even go so far to say that repeating this process 2 or more times can't hurt.
    Lithium-based batteries do not need conditioning. The phone just needs to learn about the battery. I've had good results with draining it all the way and charging it all the way once ever 2 months. Discharging Lithium-based batteries can actually hurt the battery so don't do it too often: http://batteryuniversity.com/

    Quote Originally Posted by RVC View Post
    I thought the RAZR had a Li-PO battery not a Li- Ion.
    I don't know, but charging characteristics are the same for both types: Li-polymer Battery: Substance or Hype?
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    Lithium batteries actually LOSE about 10% of their maximum capacity after being fully cycled for the first time due to SEI build up in/on the anode material. And as far as I know, they are conditioned in the factory before being sent out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RVC View Post
    I thought the RAZR had a Li-PO battery not a Li- Ion.

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    Since I'm trying to decide what to get when I send back my problematic bionic can you tell me what characteristics a Li-PO battery has? I'm totally unfamiliar...would I have to discharge it fully before charging? Thanks
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    This is correct, you do more hard than good by letting a Lithium battery discharge all the way. It's better to charge it as often as you can.

    The kind of battery in the RAZR has the same characteristics.



    Quote Originally Posted by kptphalkon View Post
    Lithium batteries actually LOSE about 10% of their maximum capacity after being fully cycled for the first time due to SEI build up in/on the anode material. And as far as I know, they are conditioned in the factory before being sent out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSHGuru View Post
    This is correct, you do more hard than good by letting a Lithium battery discharge all the way. It's better to charge it as often as you can.

    The kind of battery in the RAZR has the same characteristics.
    It is my understanding that the phone/battery actually won't let you discharge too far to minimize any negative effects. Anyway, I've had good results with the bimonthly calibration. I used the method for almost 2 years on my original Droid and its battery is still doing quite well.
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