The multi-tasking can kill your battery. You ought to use a task killer that automatically kills certain background tasks to reduce the wear on your battery.
My Incredible seems to be doing alright. It's holding up at least as well as my iPhone.
Let them reap what they sow.
So if all the apps on your phone start turning on all by themselves, you may be taking part in an epic computer-revolution story.
2300 MAh vs the stock 1100, should help. They have batteries with even more capacity, a LOT more.. but they seem too good to be true so I gave them a miss. What I don't understand is.. if you put a bigger back on the phone, there is a whole bunch of extra space all across the phone. So instead of just making the battery bigger in one dimension, why not have part of the battery that fits in the original spot, and then behind that, expands out in the other two dimension to give you tons more battery...
Anyway my battery life sucks. I can't wait for my new battery.
I guess with smartphones you have to get into the habit of daily charging.
I used to go for half a week with my RAZR without putting it on charge. Is it true that with modern batteries you don't really worry about the memory effect anymore? [AThat was just ni-cd batteries, right?
Ok, so considering that for all practical purposes you have to charge it every night, I would imagine that a typical smartphone battery would probably last a year to a year and a half before it needs to be replaced? As in, long before the phone wears out or becomes obsolete?
Apparently one of my best rants was my going away letter to AT&T. People still comment to me about it.
Any of you know of any other BBSes around? (in phone-dial-up form)
Subject: Re: BBS