SE Z 550i Battery - one Question

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    there is any need to discharge battery completely & then charged it?
    give me any tip for increase standby time for my battery.
    Thank you
     
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    In older batteries it was required to completely discharge the battery and then fully charge it. But it is not a requirement anymore in todays Li-ion batteries. I myself use my phone till it displays 'Battery low' and only then charge it. But its only because i'm too lazy to get up and charge it :D and not because its necessary. You can follow my method if you're paranoid about battery life.
     
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    Thanks.
    Any other suggestions?
     
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    For long life of Rechargable batteries:
    1. Drain off the battery completely once in 2 weeks
    2. Avoid over-time recharging.
     
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    i always carry a spare battery in my bag cuz of my heavy gprs use i need 3 batteries on a normal day
     
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    Thanks you all of u, for all of ur suggestions. :)
     
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    3 Batteries! That's a hell lot of Power consumption! I connect my lappy with mobile GPRS. Single recharge gives me browsing time of around 6Hrs via Bluetooth. Check out your battery dude...it's going towards dead end.
     
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    My fulll charged battery lasts for 3 days anyhow coz I neva use GPRS just msging and calling. Btw I have a 6600.
     
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    fully charged battery worked for 4 days for me
     
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    @ kiran

    thats cuz i download lotta mp3's during the class time [maxium 30 mb per hour using airtel gprs], and downloading is pretty heavy on the battery so by the time i go back home from collge i would have used 2 batteries
     
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    30MB per hour through Airtel GPRS? So downloading all the time! I think the mobile is no more a mobile for calling..becoz anyone attempting to call u will be diverted to either voice mail box or keep listening 'busy' tone!
     
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    yep kiran no calls comes through and i prefer that cuz i cant talk during the class time anyway........

    but strangely if someone tries to call me they get "outta range" message instead of "busy tone"
     
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