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Old 05-23-2009, 03:58 PM
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Checklist for extended battery life...

Here is a great list of ways to extend your battery life...

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Have you...

- Turned off WiFi? (Start>Communications manager)

- Selected GSM over UMTS/3G? (Start>Settings>Phone>Band)

- Turned off incoming beams? (Start>Settings>Connections>Beam)

- Reduced screen brightness? (Start>Settings>System>Screen)

- Reduced screen brightness and sleep timeout? (Start>Settings>System>Power/Screen)

- Made shorter calls?

- Reduced ActiveSync update frequency? (Start>ActiveSync>Menu>Schedule)

- Turned off vibrate notifications? (Start>Settings>Personal>Sounds and Notifications)

- Turned off Bluetooth? (Start>Communications manager)

- Made sure to put your device to sleep immediately after using it? (via the power button)

- Turned off data connections? Being constantly connected to your data connection (either G, E or 3G) increases battery usage even if you are not actually sending or receiving data through it, because it keeps your radio and device active.

- Installed manufacturer updates?

- Plugged your device in for charging as often as you can?
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