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    Battery problem

    Ok, so, a couple of days ago I noticed that the size of my phone battery (LG, if this is important) has increased. Since then, my phone is turning off itself, and I need to charge it more often because the battery becomes empty. Also, it smells like some acid. I'm curious if this has happened to anyone else...

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    Dude, I would get rid of that shit before the battery explodes while you have the phone up next to your fucking face

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    The battery is done. Get rid of it and get a new one. You dont want any of that acid on you or your phone.
    The cycle repeated as explosions broke in the sky
    all that I needed was the one thing I couldn't find
    And you were there at the turn waiting to let me know
    We're building it up to break it back down
    We're building it up to burn it down
    We can't wait to burn it to the ground
    The colors conflicted as the flames climbed into the clouds
    I wanted to fix this but couldn't stop from tearing it down
    And you were there at the turn caught in the burning glow
    And I was there at the turn waiting to let you know
    You told me yes you held me high And I believed when you told that lie
    I played that soldier you played king And struck me down when I kissed that ring
    You lost that right to hold that crown I built you up but you let me down
    so when you fall I'll take my turn and fan the flames as your blazes burn



    The colors conflicted as the flames climbed into the clouds

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    Ok, thanks for the information, I'll get rid of it...

    EDIT: I accidentally left it outside on 35 degrees. It exploded. Now, I don't have a phone.
    Last edited by Filip; 07-11-2012 at 07:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarks View Post
    Ok, thanks for the information, I'll get rid of it...

    EDIT: I accidentally left it outside on 35 degrees. It exploded. Now, I don't have a phone.
    Fail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hybrid View Post
    Fail.
    You didn't read correctly: I said ''accidentally'' which means ''on purpose, I wanted to see what happens, after I read it will explode on a high temperature on another forum''

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarks View Post
    You didn't read correctly: I said ''accidentally'' which means ''on purpose, I wanted to see what happens, after I read it will explode on a high temperature on another forum''
    Lulz.

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    Buy yourself some high techno shit next, not some LG crap.
    this is a trick


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    I wouldn't get LG again if they gave it to me for free...

    Anyway, I'd get Xperia S, my friend has it, and it's really cool...

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    Oh my friend also has it. That is a cool phone.

    I have an iPod and I have a similar problem. I have it new and and I don't know if it is normal when the battery is empty after a 3/4 day.
    Last edited by Melis; 07-17-2012 at 04:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melis View Post
    Oh my friend also has it. That is a cool phone.

    I have an iPod and I have a similar problem. I have it new and and I don't know if it is normal when the battery is empty after a 3/4 day.
    It really depends on how much use the iPod is getting...

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    when you're feeling empty, keep me in your memory Melis's Avatar
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    I use it often, at least 3-4 hours, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melis View Post
    I use it often, at least 3-4 hours, I think.
    That sounds about standard... Is it one of those touch display ones and is the screen on during the whole time?

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    Yes iPod touch and not the whole time but most of the time.

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    The biggest battery killer for any hand held device is the screen. The longer it is on, the more battery juice gets sucked.

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    Good to know. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hybrid View Post
    The biggest battery killer for any hand held device is the screen. The longer it is on, the more battery juice gets sucked.
    Exactly. I watched ''Battery usage'' on my new phone, and 73% was ''screen''.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarks View Post
    Exactly. I watched ''Battery usage'' on my new phone, and 73% was ''screen''.
    If you dim your screen or change the setting to make it sleep faster, you will see a dramatic improvement of battery life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hybrid View Post
    If you dim your screen or change the setting to make it sleep faster, you will see a dramatic improvement of battery life.
    I did that the second I noticed that, also, by turning off all unnecessary stuff, the battery now goes for 4 or 5 days instead of 2...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarks View Post
    I did that the second I noticed that, also, by turning off all unnecessary stuff, the battery now goes for 4 or 5 days instead of 2...
    That's awesome!

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