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Anonymous
December 22, 2004 4:38:37 AM

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Hi Guys

Just bought a 6230 and need to know where I can get a super dooper long life
battery for the 6230.I don't find the one supplied lasts very long when playing
around with the phone.

Thanks
SD

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Anonymous
December 23, 2004 2:01:15 AM

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On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 01:38:37 -0600, sammyD <sdnone@none.com> wrote:

>Hi Guys
>
>Just bought a 6230 and need to know where I can get a super dooper long life
>battery for the 6230.I don't find the one supplied lasts very long when playing
>around with the phone.
>
>Thanks
>SD
Have you tried the N Gage QD BL-6C which has more capacity


Chris P Bacon
Anonymous
December 24, 2004 7:51:01 AM

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Chris P Bacon <andy.haigh@XbreatheX.com> wrote:
>On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 01:38:37 -0600, sammyD <sdnone@none.com> wrote:
>
>>Hi Guys
>>
>>Just bought a 6230 and need to know where I can get a super dooper long life
>>battery for the 6230.I don't find the one supplied lasts very long when
>>playing
>>around with the phone.
>>
>>Thanks
>>SD
>Have you tried the N Gage QD BL-6C which has more capacity
>
>
>Chris P Bacon
-------------

Thank you, I shall look into this.
Stupid question but is this interchangable without causing problems into the
6230 as its for the NGAGE yes?

And how much greater capacity has this battery.I hope someone brings out a
longer life one soon for the 6230.

Anyway
Thanks
sammyD
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Anonymous
December 24, 2004 9:35:01 PM

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>
>Thank you, I shall look into this.
>Stupid question but is this interchangable without causing problems into the
>6230 as its for the NGAGE yes?
>
>And how much greater capacity has this battery.I hope someone brings out a
>longer life one soon for the 6230.
>
>Anyway
>Thanks
>sammyD
>
Its a straight forward swap. I think it has around 200mAHrs more
capacity. Check Nokia's site - Nokia, Phones, Enhancments, Power,
Battteries
BL-5C at 850 mAh compared to BL-6C at 1070mAh




Chris P Bacon
Anonymous
December 24, 2004 9:35:02 PM

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Chris P Bacon <andy.haigh@XbreatheX.com> wrote:
>
>>
>>Thank you, I shall look into this.
>>Stupid question but is this interchangable without causing problems into the
>>6230 as its for the NGAGE yes?
>>
>>And how much greater capacity has this battery.I hope someone brings out a
>>longer life one soon for the 6230.
>>
>>Anyway
>>Thanks
>>sammyD
>>
>Its a straight forward swap. I think it has around 200mAHrs more
>capacity. Check Nokia's site - Nokia, Phones, Enhancments, Power,
>Battteries
>BL-5C at 850 mAh compared to BL-6C at 1070mAh
>
>
>
>
>Chris P Bacon
-----------

Hey thanks for the help.

I shall certainly give that battery a try after the holiday is over.

Regards
sammyD
Anonymous
December 25, 2004 4:10:35 AM

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On Wed, 22 Dec 2004, at 01:38:37 [GMT -0600] (18:38:37 Wednesday, 22
December 2004 where I live) "sammyD" wrote:

> Just bought a 6230 and need to know where I can get a super dooper long life
> battery for the 6230.I don't find the one supplied lasts very long when playing
> around with the phone.

Did you follow the instructions in the manual re charging / discharging the
battery when new?

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Anonymous
December 25, 2004 4:10:36 AM

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John Phillips<flatulentdingo@deadspam.com> wrote:
>
>
>On Wed, 22 Dec 2004, at 01:38:37 [GMT -0600] (18:38:37 Wednesday, 22
>December 2004 where I live) "sammyD" wrote:
>
>> Just bought a 6230 and need to know where I can get a super dooper long life
>> battery for the 6230.I don't find the one supplied lasts very long when
>>playing
>> around with the phone.
>
>Did you follow the instructions in the manual re charging / discharging the
>battery when new?
>
>--
>We are Pentium of Borg. Division is futile. You will be approximated.
>
------
Hi

Yes I did. In fact the saleskid who had one in the shop said to leave it on
12-15 hours (which I did) yet the manual actually only says 1.5 hours.

I think the main problem is the amount I have been using it.ie continuously
practising with images, texts and phone calls.As well as connecting it up to
the computer et al.So its clearly a me problem but I still feel the battery is
inadequate for the phone, but Im not an expert.

Thanks
sammyD
Anonymous
December 25, 2004 4:01:06 PM

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On Fri, 24 Dec 2004, at 15:59:41 [GMT -0600] (08:59:41 Saturday, 25 December
2004 where I live) "sammyD" wrote:

> Yes I did. In fact the saleskid who had one in the shop said to leave it on
> 12-15 hours (which I did) yet the manual actually only says 1.5 hours.


Four hours is sufficient, but you should have (maybe you did?) fully
discharge & recharge at least three times, to get ultimate battery use.

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Anonymous
December 25, 2004 4:01:07 PM

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John Phillips wrote:

> Four hours is sufficient, but you should have (maybe you did?) fully
> discharge & recharge at least three times, to get ultimate battery use.

How do you fully discharge?

I tried to discharge by leving the radio on over night. In the morning,
the phone was off, but I wonder if the battery gets completely drained
this way.

I have noticed, that when the battery gets low, the phone refuses to
start non-essential functions, like Radio or MP3 player. That's
actually a good idea, I think.

But could it be that the phone shuts off prematurely when the battery
gets low while a non-essential function is running? This would leave me
with a low, but not a completely drained battery.

Comments?
Anonymous
December 25, 2004 4:01:07 PM

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John Phillips wrote:

> Four hours is sufficient...

Well, after less than two hours, the phone obviously stops the charging
process, as the animated charge bar disappears. I hav always
interpreted this as the phone's smart way to avoid battery damage
(overcharging).

If this interpretation is correct, what difference would it make to
leave the phone on the charger for four or more hours?
Anonymous
December 26, 2004 3:40:46 AM

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On Sat, 25 Dec 2004, at 12:37:05 [GMT +0100] (22:37:05 Saturday, 25 December
2004 where I live) "Greg N." wrote:

> But could it be that the phone shuts off prematurely when the battery
> gets low while a non-essential function is running? This would leave me
> with a low, but not a completely drained battery.

Just start the phone again in this condition, run whatever until it stops
and shuts down. After a few times the phone will not even start, in which
case the battery is then fully discharged.
Anonymous
December 26, 2004 3:42:19 AM

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On Sat, 25 Dec 2004, at 12:41:54 [GMT +0100] (22:41:54 Saturday, 25 December
2004 where I live) "Greg N." wrote:

> Well, after less than two hours, the phone obviously stops the charging
> process, as the animated charge bar disappears. I hav always
> interpreted this as the phone's smart way to avoid battery damage
> (overcharging).

> If this interpretation is correct, what difference would it make to
> leave the phone on the charger for four or more hours?

According to a drone in Nokia service (in Australia) on initial charge the
battery bar is inaccurate. Battery cannot be overcharged.

On my old 6310i initial charge was 12 hours, and 24 recommended.

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Anonymous
December 30, 2004 10:56:43 PM

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The other day I read a description how to make a long life rechargeable
battery for all kind of systems. One can use cheap rechargeable batteries
and one can make the capacity and the voltage whatever you want. You have to
use a simular plug of course but as Nokia always uses the same plug, most
people have one extra available.
Kind regards

Jan Wim
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> Hi Guys
>
> Just bought a 6230 and need to know where I can get a super dooper long
> life
> battery for the 6230.I don't find the one supplied lasts very long when
> playing
> around with the phone.
>
> Thanks
> SD
>
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