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Old 03-24-2009, 11:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am using a BB Bold 9000 on AT&T with the 4.6.0.247 OS. Why does my battery not charge past 35%? I have tried using my wall charger and connecting it to the computer.
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Let the battery drain until the phone completely dies. Then plug it in and fully charge it. See what it says after that.
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I did a battery pull and it jumped up to 55% but I will let it die and see what happens. Thanks!
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I thought that with the newer devices you don't want to completely let it drain as tha could hurt the battery? Maybe someone can clarify
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I thought that with the newer devices you don't want to completely let it drain as tha could hurt the battery? Maybe someone can clarify
I've done it a few different times and I've had no issues with the battery.
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