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Old 15-02-2007, 8:56 PM
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Post Sony Ericsson W850i

Hi i had a Sony Ericsson W850i before christmas. It has started switching itself off for no reason. I have been told that i have over charged it. Is it possible to over charge a phone on the first charge. Please help!!!!
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Old 20-03-2007, 1:51 PM
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No it is not possible to over charge your mobile phone on its first charge unless the phone is faulty...take it back and demand a new one
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Old 25-03-2007, 10:49 AM
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I agree , you can leave a handset on charge for days as the handsets power management will stop the trickle charge when it detects a full charge.

Although its also fair to say if it was left on for weeks and weeks this would damage the battery.

The 1st charge always takes a while and after a few charges and discharges you will get the max output from the battery.

A software issue may be the problem with it switching itself off.

Ask the manufacturer where you can get a software update.

Some Carfone Warehouse's have repair centres within them. Check on their website to see if your local has one. Be sure to take the invoice in with you to prove its yours and within warranty etc.

They will do the update even if you did not buy the handset from them.

Nice fone by the way.

Good luck.
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