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short battery life?

KoNtRoL MaNiAk

Mar 19, 2012, 9:28 AM
ok, so i got a maxx a bit over a week ago, and did the 3 battery cycles that people posted about online to get the best battery life. i have never gotten more than 36 hours or so before it powers down because of low battery. this weekend, i used it a lot because i was off from work, but after 27 hours of heavy usage it was at 5%, and i'm just wondering if i got a defective one because i've read reviews of people using it for 2 FULL days (over 48 hours, not just 36 hours) and having 30% or 40% battery life left. i'm only asking because i only have another day or two left before i can return or exchange it, and am only allowed one return, and was going to call them today and maybe have them send me a new one. any help or advice would be greatl...

Jun 2, 2012, 9:23 AM
27 hours of heavy usage is phenomenal. The razr, after about 4 hours of heavy usage, would conk out.

What did you end up doing?

Jul 3, 2012, 11:53 PM
In 2010 I had a Motorola DROID, then I got the iPhone4 when Verizon finally carried it, then about a month and half ago I got the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, used off Ebay. I wanted to like that phone but ended up reselling it on Ebay again.
and now I am back on my iphone for a little longer.
I had a 3800mAh battery on the nexus and it made it much thicker, but would last about 18 to 20 hours.
Sometimes the screen would get very hot, other times the phone would get so hot I would have to pull it from my pocket and remove the battery.
I think once the iPhone5 comes out in September/October
the uses RAZR MAXX phones will be much cheaper on ebay. Thats when I will get a Maxx. I just need the phone to last a full day from 100% charge at 7am to a...

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