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More battery issues questions.

Discussion in 'Thunderbolt Tech Support' started by sammyboy405, Mar 22, 2011.

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    I've been surfing the site and made a few post from the site app. Been on here ohh 20 mins now. And I started off with a full charge and now at 89% according to battery bar. I'm in. 4G area full signal. Yes I know to turn 4g off .. but really should we have to? I'm just baffled at the lack of battery support. Do you think a software of can fix it? And if so how far out do you think it would be? I love this phone I came from a Motorola droid

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    I Hit submit on accident. But anyways just curious to everyone's thoughts of is the 4g really sucking the power and will.a software fix help?

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    I don't have 4g coverage and the phone still only lasts half as long as my D1...
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    My area will be getting 4g in June... If u turn down the display brightness it helps a lot. I also turned off the auto sync like when I'm at work bc there is no point lol.

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