Rockr, 06 Aug 2009And there is no such thing such as an 'initial charging' mentioned anywhere in any user manual... morethanks for the backup...well some ppl just dont understand.
BTW a correction(just for sake of true info) you cant overcharge new Li batteries coz of the auto power off...so battery wont be damaged, but your phone will be damaged if you plug it to power supply for a long time.
Wet lock, 06 Aug 2009I also want to know is nokia provide PC SUITE /Compact Disc for this along with cell phone or... moreAs far as class 32 n class 10 goes, i have no idea about it.
But you don't have to 'buy' Nokia PC suite for this, its a Free download from Nokia's website. Is it so hard to browse through a website?
I also want to know is nokia provide PC SUITE /Compact Disc for this along with cell phone or we have to buy it separately...Plz.. hoz the sync with PC....is it good...in my state KARNATAKA specially in MANGALORE it comes for just 4802 Rs...at UniverCELL.can i get it Furder low price than this..
Plz tell me the diff btwn 5130 and 2700.is it got class 32 edge or 10 as nokia website shows class 32.is it got HSCSD.how's the speed of internet.is it worth for money i want to buy it on freedom's day august 15....ple...se..
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2009hi pls anyone tell me antivirus for this handset.You do not need an antivirus for this phone. It is not a symbian s60 phone, but is based on the s40 5th edition interface which does not need an antivirus.
And there is no such thing such as an 'initial charging' mentioned anywhere in any user manual from Nokia or elsewhere. Just charge it, when it reaches full, disconnect it, which is the wise thing to do.
But be sure to charge to full before using for the first time.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2009suresh yaar..its alwez adviceable to charge overnite fr d first time....a frnd here doesnt agr... moreThere is no such thing as initial charging of Li-ion batteries. A 12 hour charge for a battery which charges to its full capacity in 3-4 hrs will be called an 'overcharge' which is always harmful for the battery.
But the charging current is cut off as soon as the battery reaches the desired potential or else your battery, along with your new phone, would blow to pieces after your 'initial charge'! :D... Do not believe the crap that some shopkeepers are used to saying from the prehistoric era. :P
suresh, 06 Aug 2009thanks for your reply. but i still want to know when we listen to mp3 hits on phone whethet sa... moresuresh yaar..its alwez adviceable to charge overnite fr d first time....a frnd here doesnt agrees with the charging thing..but u can google it n see for yourself...
n yes loudspeaker eats up more battery than headphones..its true..
thanks for your reply. but i still want to know when we listen to mp3 hits on phone whethet same amount of battery is consumed on listening it on headphone and loudspeaker or whether there is difference??
my nokia handbook has not described that we have to charge it for 12 hours.... during my first charging it was showing battery full in 2 hours. do we have to charge it for 12 hours????
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Also cover internet speed etc for the phone.. and things like what difference it makes if its a class 10 phone and not class 32
Anonymous, 05 Aug 2009bro..have u ever read d booklet provided with any handest..do read it once..d instructions..u ... moremaybe you shd read again...there is no info on initial charging on any nokia handsets booklet.
yeah i know abt the crap that shopkeepers tell you abt initial charging...first learn abt how Li-ion/poly batteries work...the initial charging was true in case of older batteries. modern Li-ion batteries comes with auto power off..so as soon as the battery is full its cuts off the power.
another thing abt Li-ion is that its not wise to fully drain it..its always best(for performance and life) to charge it before its reaches below 33%. older Ni based batteries gave best result when charged after getting fully drained...but for li-ion its different.
Even with the newest of batteries, you must still give them a 100% complete charge the first time. It may not require a full 24 hour period, but at least 12-14 hours (however 24 hours is recommended by most manufacturers). This is due to the chemicals in the battery and the reactions of those chemicals during their first charge. The initial charge will directly affect the capacity of the battery. Not fully charging the first time can lead to the battery prematurely going bad or giving less and less talk time/standby time.
From personal experience, I haven't noticed much of a decrease in battery life from a 12 hour charge vs a 24 hour charge. But batteries I have only given a 3 or 4 hour charge initially have had a 30-40% decrease in capacity over the course of about 6 months.
Wise man once say, "Make sure brain engaged before putting mouth in gear."
Anonymous, 05 Aug 2009charge for 12hrs?? its a Li-ion battery not an NiMH one.
Li battery doesnt need any initial e... morebro..have u ever read d booklet provided with any handest..do read it once..d instructions..u will cme to knw bout d initial charge thingi...
Anonymous, 05 Aug 2009dude there is no prbolem with your phone..
u have used your phone extensively...let the batte... morecharge for 12hrs?? its a Li-ion battery not an NiMH one.
Li battery doesnt need any initial extra charging...anyways battery backup could increase with usage.
anyone having any problem with this phone??
plz share it,,
i wanna know before i buy it...
hlp will be most welcomed..
thanks in advance..
suresh, 05 Aug 2009the guy who was saying 2 days usage battery with 1.5hrs talktime and 2 hours of music.......
... moredude there is no prbolem with your phone..
u have used your phone extensively...let the battery be zero then u will knw bout its performance...
the phones battery improves with usages..u shud charge ur phone fr 12 hrs for the very first time...then charge it only when the battery is dwn n remove chargin as it completes...
jst becoz its ur new phone u r playing with it,,,
u will see d diff in a day or two...
the guy who was saying 2 days usage battery with 1.5hrs talktime and 2 hours of music.......
whether you listen to the music on headphone or on the loudspeaker. did you use any camera?
i bought the cell yesterday but my battery backup is not proving to be enough. i charged my phone to the fullest yesterday. till this time i have listened to 1 hr and 50min of music. 1 hr. on loudspeaker, 50 min on headphone, took 10-15 pictures using camera, 5-10 min talktime, 10mb bluetooth transfer, 20 min of gaming only and my battery is showing 2 out of 4 lines in just 12 hours of usage. what can be the possible problem? can it be problem with the battery or set? or this usage is alright... please do reply