I am using Nokia6233, last night its battery got discharged, in the morning I charged it when i unlock the phone it get restarted. Now evertime I am trying to start a phone it took 2-3 restarts and then get switched off automatically.
To RBa: well i did tell Original_Jamaican that many websites about lithium batteries contradict his advice on "conditioning" a new lithium-ion battery and his reply was that he knew about it and conditioned his battery anyway "just to be sure" since, according to him, technology sometimes fails. well i guess to each his own. =)
To carloud, Dani, and SUPER__SAIYAN, i am more than glad to be of help.
your talking about those ORIGINAL SONY Mp3 players!
there Legends bro
cant beat them. they might be expensive but worth every penny.
@dani=no dani boy me not talking about SE walkman phones they are way inferior to n91 and n81 infact n91 is still the best mobile music phone. i am talking about SONY mp3 PLAYERS which run on triplee AAA batteries, they r sooooooooo great but very expensive SE walkman phones are nowhere near SONY flash based mp3 players.
guys let face the truth mobile phones will never repace the proper triple AAA battery based mp3 players because mobile phones battery really sucks, i think 1500 mh should be the standard one, and i had listen to all from ipods, SE walkman, n91,n81, creative etc etc but the ultimate music devices are new sony mp3 players line up, they are costly but they have great battery life u can listen upto 40 to 50 hrs nonstop, and in sound quality belive me when it comes to sound quality SONY is the KING OF THE MOUNTAIN.
i've bought this 6233 for a couple of weeks now.the probs are that it gets really hot when i talk for like 2 hours or so.the second thing is that now the memory status doesn't show the "gallery" tab.please help.
I am absolutely agreeing with you.. Because i have read from somewhere (i can't remember anymore what site), that the old Ni-CD and the Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) type batteries suffer from memory effect. So that's why in those cases, the user must ensure a full discharge and recharge cycle. While on the other hand, the Lithium based batteries are not suffering from memory effect so it is just alright to charge the battery often..
But anyway, i guess you have read the post of someone from the 6300 forum (i guess it's Original Jamaican?) when he fearlessly adviced everyone to charge the battery of 6300 with the 3 day full 24 hour charging and discharging cycle. Isn't that a misleading statement? What do you think? Because i have noticed that, that person is also knowledgeable. So i'm just wondering how he could state such.
Hi i brought 6233 4 months back but now it is giving battery problem. wat should i do. Please help.
oh so its ok to recharge it very often ^_^
thanks for the advice sir rony you've been of great help
and thanks for the battery gauge info hehehe I will be doing it now hehe^_^
carloud: i don't see a problem with that. it's a good habit to recharge a Lithium based battery every time you can. as said in websites about Lithium battery care, "lithium based batteries should be charged early and often."
anyway, if you begin to notice that the gauge of your battery has become very inaccurate, then it is time to do a full discharge, followed by a full recharge. this would "reset" the state-of-charge estimation and make the gauge more accurate. in fact lithium battery manufacturers advice that you do this once every 3 or 4 months to keep the battery gauge accurate. =)
dear sir v3xx sorry to hear that you are having a trouble with your 6233
I was wondering perchance...when you were transfering your photos were the photos stored in the memory card?
because sometimtes the memory card is faulty and the phone couldnt read it and in some cases phone tries to reboot...
i charge my battery when its totally DEAD.....then i charge it....
Ya u r absolutely right.thnx man.i think u shud preach it in other forums as well.coz most of d ppl are unaware of dat.dey treat their li-ion battery like d previous ones(i 'was' one of dem.)well not anymore thx 2 u.
wow sir rony thanks for the info hehehehe
it would surely help fans of 6233 and other fones which uses li polymer batteries
one question sir....would it damage the battery if say...I charge the battery even when the gauge is still "full"
sometimes the gauge isnt accurate as in some cases...it will suddenly deplete
so as a precaution, I usually charge my battery everytime I have a chance to do so...
Cannot switch on. Automatically turn of after booting up to nokia screen. This happened when transferring photos using bluetooth, and since never boot up.
This is my beloved phone. It just failed me again one day when transferring photos using bluetooth.
This is the third time, previously it's under warranty and hence I don't mind sending back.
can anyone tell me what is the problem???
SUPER__SAIYAN: The same goes for any mobile (or any gadget for that matter) that uses a Lithium based battery (Li-Ion or Li-Polymer). You might not notice the difference right now, but in the long run you will. For example, a battery that should last for 2 years will probably last for only a year if it is drained completely every time.
It's sad that many people do not know this since during the time of NiCD and NiMH batteries all hardware manufacturers would tell us to charge our batteries for 24 hours the first time, and drain the battery each time before recharging it. Those days are gone and these practices are rather obsolete. In fact, we should practice the opposite on the newer Li-Ion and Li-Polymer batteries.
You can Google for "Lithium Battery Care" and read some websites that could explain this better that I can. =)
Does it go wid ma se k550 battery as well?i do d opposite.i always drain ma battery to 0% n den charge it.its been abt a month now i hv had se k550 n d battery is going strong.i mean ma battery lasts over 4dys wid ease.shud i follow ur advice or continue wat im doing?ur response will b highly appreciated.
DON'T drain your battery, the 6233 uses a Li-Polymer battery and draining it would hurt it. if you want to keep your Li-Polymer battery in tiptop shape you should NEVER drain it below 25%. In fact each time you drain your battery to empty, its capacity to hold power is decreased by as much as 3%.
-Unlike Ni-Cd batteries, lithium based batteries should be charged early and often.
-Lithium based batteries should never be "deep-cycled" like Ni-Cd batteries.
-Lithium based batteries should never be depleted to empty (0%).