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Old October 13th, 2009, 02:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Now that the Hero has been out there for more than a few days, how about a daily rundown of battery life.

Day 1: Fully charged to 100% at 10PM. Left on overnight and the next morning was at 78%. Used moderately just trying to figure stuff out and adding a few apps and had 23% by 3:30PM

Day 2 : Fully charged to 100% at 9PM. Turned off. Woke up to 100% at 4:45AM. Used sparingly (3-4 quick 2 min calls, a couple texts, and jumped on web 1-2 times for less than 2 mins ea) and by 4PM had 28%.

Day 3: Charged to 100% at 8PM. Turned off at 10PM with 99% showing. Woke up at 4:45AM with 99% and made a couple quick calls, sent 2 texts before 11AM and was at 78%. Then added 40 contacts to phone and by 2PM it dropped to 38%. By 4:30PM it was on life support at 11%.

Day 4: Charged to 100% at 10PM and left on overnight. Started day at 7:45AM with 89%. Used moderately for similar tasks above and now at 3:15PM its at 65%.

So there you go. I'm not really happy with the battery life, but this is my first true "smartphone" so it might just be the norm. Seems a bit much to be struggling to keep above 30-40% battery life after only being on for 12 hours.

Are you guys seeing similar results?

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im getting similar stuff, started at 100% 8 this morning been texting and using pandora now at 63%, had it charging for a bit earlier but so far not very impressive considering everything else on the phone is top notch, ugh htc batteries are fail lol.
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That's disappointing. I thought this thing had a big battery. It sounds like it's worse than the iPhone.
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How much are extra batteries? On my Instinct I always have a fresh battery ready to go (came with xtra batt and charger).
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8 pm off the charger at 100%

50% right now after web use and lots of texting.


my pre would have been obliterated. i also use tasKiller


i switched from a pre so im quite happy.
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Had the iPhone 3G before this and I think the battery life is worse on the Hero.
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Had the iPhone 3G before this and I think the battery life is worse on the Hero.
Oh, great. That's one of the things that annoys the heck out of me with the iPhone. The battery is awful, especially after moving to that from a Blackberry Curve which had great battery life.
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dont you need to give Li ion batteries time to build up? say a week to gain their full charge capacity?
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true they say they get better with use, i know with blackberries you had to leave it on the charger for 24 hours and the battery was great after that.
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dont you need to give Li ion batteries time to build up? say a week to gain their full charge capacity?
yep, thats what my dad said on my first day, he said to charge it, drain it(throught out the day!), and do that for a week, then I can do what ever I want with it
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he said to charge it, drain it (throught out the day!), and do that for a week, then I can do what ever I want with it
Not recommended best practice for modern li-polymer batteries. These benefit most from frequent partial charge/discharge cycles e.g. normal use during the day and recharge overnight.
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Not recommended best practice for modern li-polymer batteries. These benefit most from frequent partial charge/discharge cycles e.g. normal use during the day and recharge overnight.
isnt thats the same thing?
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isnt thats the same thing?
I took "drain it" to mean a complete discharge i.e. until you get the "low battery" warning. Apologies if I misunderstood.
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I took "drain it" to mean a complete discharge i.e. until you get the "low battery" warning. Apologies if I misunderstood.
thats what I meant, so I'm still not sure what to do to "fortify" my battery's life
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I've noticed that after 3 full drains (under 10% life) and full charges that today it held up much better. Now to try some partials.

One caveat though - i was off today and around my home city which has better service than when i'm in my work city, so that could explain why it's holding a charge longer. Hmmm, now i'm wondering if its Sprint that's causing the battery drains and not me...guess we'll never know.
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How much are extra batteries? On my Instinct I always have a fresh battery ready to go (came with xtra batt and charger).
I picked one up off of ebay that is coming from hong kong or china or something. Its a 1350 maH and cost like 4.98. Will see how it works out.
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I am using Task Killer and this is under heavy usage. About 45 minutes of Pandora few app downloads and lots of browsing.
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I've noticed that after 3 full drains (under 10% life) and full charges that today it held up much better. Now to try some partials.

One caveat though - i was off today and around my home city which has better service than when i'm in my work city, so that could explain why it's holding a charge longer. Hmmm, now i'm wondering if its Sprint that's causing the battery drains and not me...guess we'll never know.
It also depends on what apps are runing, for ex, if you have locale app running it constantly is runing and is tracking your every move, so that it self uses up a lot of battery .
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also turn off EVDO in your mobile network settings if you know for sure your not in a 3g area, it will keep the phone from constantly searching for a 3g signal and save some battery.
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also turn off EVDO in your mobile network settings if you know for sure your not in a 3g area, it will keep the phone from constantly searching for a 3g signal and save some battery.
How do you do that?
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How do you do that?
settings>wireless network>mobile network settings>mode of operation which will give you a option of hybrid(searches for both, uses 3g as priority im assuming), EVDO only, and 1x only.
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Im going to assume he means turn off your Mobile Network option.

Menu > Settings > Wireless Controls > Mobile Network.

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If this wasnt my toy and was my everyday business use phone the battery life would be unacceptable...
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How much are extra batteries? On my Instinct I always have a fresh battery ready to go (came with xtra batt and charger).
25 bucks. You can get a charger that charges a battery without a phone for 25 buck too.
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I'm on day 3, having a task killer and screenbl has helped the battery a lot, but still doesn't get through a whole day, just been texting and running pandora, woke up at 8 with 100%, its now 4 with 28%, not bad, but not great either, wtb blackberry battery lol.
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Took my Hero off the charger at Noon today and now at 10 pm showing 69% not too bad in my opinion. This is just a fun phone for me though, I don't use it for work. couple texts, 2 calls, and some web browsing maybe 1/2 hour all told. So light use.
My battery is getting better with some charge cycles under its belt.
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I have been using task manager. I disabled the stock texting application and installed handcent sms. Apparently the stock messaging app is constantly running so disabling it helped alot, and I have been getting about 1.5 to 2 days on a single charge.
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Jah Is right! There was a whole other thread about this issue with the stock SMS messaging keeping the phone on awake mode the whole day after sending a message even though the screen is off or the phone is locked and appears to be sleeping! I too downloaded the free handcent SMS app which is awsome BTW and disabled the stock sms. My battery life is amazing now! I promise this is what the issue is. go to your settings and check your awake time. If its a high number then you are being affected by this!
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Yea my battery life has been extended greatly by switching to ChompSMS and using a task killer.
Yesterday my battery only dropped from 100% to 65% after 14 hrs of light use. Still not stellar, but much better than before for same use (4-5 hrs). I have noticed that below 50% it drains a little quicker. All in all I'm very happy with it though.
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First few days battery life was very poor. 6 days later battery lasting much, much longer. I have no tasKiller or task manager apps installed.
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How do you disable the stock SMS? What's the difference between handcent SMS and ChompSMS?

I came from WinMo (Treo Pro) and am loving the Android experience. Can't wait for 2.0 as it looks awesome. Off topic but do you install a new ROM on the Hero similarly to how I did it in WinMo land?
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SMS fix doesn't do anything for me. My phone is in the 30% range by 6pm after charging all night. Every day. No matter what I do. Background data on/off. Stock SMS/Handcent. Heavy use/light use. Doesn't matter.

I thought 1500mAh would make this phone awesome, but CDMA networks take a LOT of juice, which is why the Sprint Hero has a bigger battery to begin with.

The Pre's battery life was a joke. It was abysmal. The iPhone 3G would at least get me through the day. I assume the 3Gs would have been more than acceptable, as I only wish a phone would make it through one day without needing to be recharged. The Hero is inbetween the Pre and the iPhone 3G. It will almost make it through a day, but not quite.

It's sad. So much customization and live data, but you can't use any of it if you want your phone to make it until 6pm.

I hear Sprint is working on a patch for it that should help. I hope so.
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Handcent wasn't helping my battery life either mate, I'd give chompsms a try though, 21% awake time, while handcent is 100% for some reason on my hero =/
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Additionally, whether my phone says 100% uptime or 20%, the battery drain seems to be the same...
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Anyone want to comment on how long it takes to charge?

I woke up this morning ~640 am to less than 10% left and plugged it in right away. It's been charging ever since then and right now at 840 it's at 90%.

So two hours for not even a full charge. My pre used to charge way faster.
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I use my Hero for work. NOT GETTING MUCH WORK DONE.......... PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!! Just tried the Handcent, not sure what type of results I'll get.
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Damn, just joined this site and allready there is a member that probably is unemployed and on welfare, telling me that I'm a crybaby because I want my phone to make me money. **** U!!!!!!!
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I did the switch to Handcent and now my awake time rarely hits 20%!! Incredible improvement in battery life. I unplugged my phone yesterday at 7:45 a.m. used it all day - texting, calls, internet - some on 3g some not and I didn't reach the 'red' zone of battery life until 10:45 p.m. last night! I'd say that's pretty good!! I just switched from the Pre and I would have been hunting my charger for it by dinner time with that kind of use!!
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Got the phone on lauch day and so far the battery life seems amazing. I have used pocketPCs for over a decade and the last phone I had was a Touch Pro which I was lucky to get 4-6 hours battery life in standby. I live in a very low signal area all day and the TP would burn up quick.

I have been using the heck out of the Hero and easily get 12-14 hrs. I got my wife the Pre and I put her wifi on full time and she goes to work at 7:30 AM and when she goes to bed at 10PM it still has juice left. I did install the recent update on it so maybe that makes a difference. he is not a heavy user and is loving the pre, but the pre seems to have a terrible radio it drops a lot of calls where the hero will maintain the signal....

I wish the Hero had the same transflective screen as the Pre and Iphone, where even in direct sunlight you can see it almost as good as indoors. At least the Hero performs better than the TP in direct sunlight. The TP was impossible to see in direct sunlight.
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