samething may be the cause of bad battery life in lcs is that when you go to application setting you can see all apps that are not stock apps is working and you can force stop thom.i mean in GB rom less apps was working than Ics(downloaded app i mean).but Ics is very very better than GB.with Ics you can see the real GN power.
AnonD-57162, 01 Jun 2012i want to buy Samsung Galaxy Note N7000. I have heard that battery life sucks. Is the issue re... moreI have the Note and my battery life can last up to 48 hours of normal use. (Texting, short calls, checking facebook)
hi..!! can anyone tell what facebook application for android have a invisible option...TIA..!!!
AnonD-57162, 01 Jun 2012i want to buy Samsung Galaxy Note N7000. I have heard that battery life sucks. Is the issue re... moreNo. Galaxy note with gingerbread has wonderful battery life. But beware if u want to upgrade to ics. ICS is power hungry.
AnonD-29647, 01 Jun 2012Overcharging Lithium-ion
Lithium-ion operates safely within the designated operating volta... morewow, thank u. That was very technical =p
Yea i hope my problem is due to overcharging the battery. But truly, ics is power hungry. After 12 hours of use, my note (with new battery) has 50% power. With gingerbread, i can use up to a day until the battery drop to 50%
Whenever I copy some from website or my email, and then paste it in SMS body to send, the SMS is considered by mms instead and the message doesn't get sent. Would any one pls suggest the reason!
sorry.i try again and it work.it is... .i don't know what should i say about it.nova3 is the best game i play in note.there is no problem and it run so fast.
AnonD-8543, 01 Jun 2012Ram usage is more due to enhanced graphical UI. and u can use super task killer widget to fre... moreYa i agree... I doubt battery issue will solved soon because samsung take hell lot of time for new updates rather we would need to find out some alternate solution
AnonD-57162, 01 Jun 2012can i get extended battery of Samsung Galaxy Note N7000?i want to buy Samsung Galaxy Note N7000. I have heard that battery life sucks. Is the issue resolved?
hey guys... can any one tell me how to Update my SGN N7000 from gingerbread to ICS 4.0...and is it better than GB and how does it hold after update...please suggest.
hey guys can any one tell me how to update my SG note N7000 to ICS 4.0 an is it helpful in every way i mean better than Gingerbread... What should i do.
today morning i got update to ICS 4.0.3
u can unlock screen with your face
No battry issue
after download the n.o.v.a 3 in Ics rom it doesn't work.i am really upset.it was 1.705 mg.
Vatsal, 01 Jun 2012Hi Saubhagya
Even I am facing the battery issue after the recent update. Battery life is redu... moreRam usage is more due to enhanced graphical UI.
and u can use super task killer widget to free more ram space from tym to tym.
Yes the camera lags sometimes and all these are minor issues which can be Resolved in the 4.04 UPDATE ...
Hope samsung pays heed to these and rectifies them.
They shud concentrate of the s/w development as much as they do on Hardware.
I think they should give 3D SWITCHING ON HOMESCREEN TO ENHANCE TOUCHWIZ MORE.
AnonD-8543, 01 Jun 2012Guys I had updated to ics 7 days ago . My reviews are
1) Battery Life is very poor in compar... moreHi Saubhagya
Even I am facing the battery issue after the recent update. Battery life is reduced by 35% to 40%.
The other issue is the RAM usage is much higher then in GB.
Camera and gallery lags sometimes.
I complained at customer care but they said to get it check at the service center but i guess the issue wont be solve unless there is an update.
Have you got some other solution?
AnonD-39337, 31 May 2012i bought a new battery. The girl at the shop asked me if i had left my phone recharging overni... moreOvercharging Lithium-ion
Lithium-ion operates safely within the designated operating voltages; however, the battery becomes unstable if inadvertently charged to a higher than specified voltage. Prolonged charging above 4.30V forms plating of metallic lithium on the anode, while the cathode material becomes an oxidizing agent, loses stability and produces carbon dioxide (CO2). The cell pressure rises, and if charging is allowed to continue the current interrupt device (CID) responsible for cell safety disconnects the current at 1,380kPa (200psi).
Should the pressure rise further, a safety membrane bursts open at 3,450kPa (500psi) and the cell might eventually vent with flame. The thermal runaway moves lower when the battery is fully charged; for Li-cobalt this threshold is between 130–150C°C (266–302°F), nickel-manganese-cobalt (NMC) is 170–180°C (338–356°F), and manganese is 250°C (482°F). Li-phosphate enjoys similar and better temperature stabilities than manganese.
Lithium-ion is not the only battery that is a safety hazard if overcharged. Lead- and nickel-based batteries are also known to melt down and cause fire if improperly handled. Nickel-based batteries have also been recalled for safety concerns. Properly designed charging equipment is paramount for all battery systems.
Li-ion should never be discharged too low, and there are several safeguards to prevent this from happening. The equipment cuts off when the battery discharges to about 3.0V/cell, stopping the current flow. If the discharge continues to about 2.70V/cell or lower, the battery’s protection circuit puts the battery into a sleep mode. This renders the pack unserviceable and a recharge with most chargers is not possible. To prevent a battery from falling asleep, apply a partial charge before a long storage period.
Evident is that Battery manufacturers ship batteries with a 40 percent charge. The low charge state reduces aging-related stress while allowing some self-discharge during storage. To minimize the current flow for the protection circuit before the battery is sold; advanced Li-ion packs feature a sleep mode that disables the protection circuit until activated by a brief charge or discharge. Once engaged, the battery remains operational and the on state can no longer be switched back to the standby mode.
Do not recharge lithium-ion if a cell has stayed at or below 1.5V for more than a week. Copper shunts may have formed inside the cells that can lead to a partial or total electrical short. If recharged, the cells might become unstable, causing excessive heat or showing other anomalies. Li-ion packs that have been under stress are more sensitive to mechanical abuse, such as vibration, dropping and exposure to heat.