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Old 04-01-2010, 05:04 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Also, are you pushing and holding the K key or just tapping it? You can't hold it or it will ask if you want to assign a speed dial.
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I'm assuming you have to turn off 'dial from home screen' for this to work? I have .586 and the top 'lock' key just does a keyboard lock. I use ALT+Enter to password lock....
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I just had a spontaneous reboot on this build. I was on the phone on EDGE and I think I answered while the device was password locked. I got home...I didn't look but it may have transferred to UMA while I was still on the phone. When I hung up and set the phone down, it rebooted. First time I've ever seen this on the 9700 at all.
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Is it me or is this build burning up the battery quicker?
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Is it me or is this build burning up the battery quicker?
I haven't been able to get a good read on battery life yet. Loaded it up Monday night, did the first full charge overnight Tuesday night. It lasted all day Wednesday and was at 45 percent yesterday at 10 a.m. It dropped down to 20 percent around 3 p.m. I forgot to plug it in last night so I don't have a second full charge right now, just a partial off my car charger, to get another test on but I'd say that's a bit less than previous builds with normal usage. I usually can get through two full work days on a single charge. Will have to see how it goes on the next full charge ... that is if I don't load up the leak tonight that just showed up for .593.

What kind of battery life are you experiencing thus far?
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