battery pulls???

This is a discussion on battery pulls??? within the Nexus One Introductions forums, part of the Nexus One category; Being a blackberry 0wner for years the answer to all problems was the old battery pull. My question is this the same answer for the ...

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    battery pulls???

    Being a blackberry 0wner for years the answer to all problems was the old battery pull. My question is this the same answer for the Nexus One?? I also schedule my blackberry to shut down every night for about 4 hours while I sleep. Is this also a good practice with the Nexus or should I just leave it on. I like the idea of a scheduled shut down while sleeping. I figure shutting the phone down must be good for it not to mention saving the battery and the life of the phone. :blackberry: >
    Thanks Vinny

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    I use my finger nail to life up the battery to the right of the sim card.

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    my phone never shuts down

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    It's a machine like any other, so yeah, it's good practice to turn it off (or at least reboot it) every so often. But you definitely don't need to do it anywhere near as much as a BB!

    I usually reboot mine every 4-5 days.

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    Its a good idea to do once a week.
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    Thank you guys. Sure beats the usual daily battery pull.
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    Yes. Once a week.
    I also clear the cache/dalvik cache and battery stats when I reboot.
    Edit // and for the nights: Airplane-/Flightmode saves a lot battery
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    Quote Originally Posted by xPatriicK View Post
    I also clear the cache/dalvik cache and battery stats when I reboot.
    Thanks for the Tip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xPatriicK View Post
    Yes. Once a week.
    I also clear the cache/dalvik cache and battery stats when I reboot.
    Edit // and for the nights: Airplane-/Flightmode saves a lot battery
    Ya, I just started doing that. I was shutting down nightly but now I put it in Airplane mode instead. I do a complete shutdown every few days...

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    Originally Posted by AndroidIsTheTruth
    "Yes I never let my battery drain less than 30% and only let it get that low if I'm in a situation where I'm not near a charger. At that point if it's before 20-15% I just shut it off."

    1> Discharging your LI Battery fully (or less than 2.4 Volt per cell) is bad for the battery. Every time you do that, it can be said that small part of your battery (some cells) dies (they forever lose their charge). Do not store your batteries depleted, there's a high chance they will die completely or will become very "weak".

    2> Worst LI Battery treatment is to keep it at 100% charge level at high temperature (think laptop/phone under direct sunlight, like car dashboard).

    3> Best LI Battery treatment, or LIBattery's "favorite" charge level - 40%. That's also the usual charge level you buy them with.

    4> LIBs like frequent partial charges/discharges more than they like full charges/discharges.

    Please ADD more information/correct me if I made a mistake somewhere,

    Thank you

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