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KiwiRes

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#1904 18-Jul-2004 18:15

Still coming to grips with my AXIM.

From reviews, I expected the battery to last around 12 hours, but I'm lucky to get 3-4.
BT and wireless have been disabled and there are no Running Programs in the background.

Just this afternoon, I unplugged the AXIM from the charger at 100%, switched off the AXIM, went out to the store and 2 hours later switched the AXIM on. It showed 34% battery life.

I'm puzzled as to the reason for the battery to be running down.
Any ideas?

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#7250 18-Jul-2004 23:08
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That's pretty quick drain, really. I'd expect 3-4 hours with BT or wi-fi on. I played Aeon of Discovery for this much time on my h4150.

Are you sure BT and wi-fi are off? Also, make sure that Beam reception is off as well, because it uses power waiting for Infrared beams (Start | Settings, change to Connections, tap Beam icon).




 

 

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  #7256 19-Jul-2004 19:32

Mauricio,
Thanks for the suggestion.
Yes, both BT and Wi-Fi are off.
I have checked the settings and "Receive all incoming beams" was disabled.


 
 
 
 


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  #7561 5-Aug-2004 21:55
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You may have gotten a faulty battery. It happens. If you can afford to part with it you can send it in to get tested by Dell or just by a new battery.

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