Battery Life

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  1. iTouch#1fan

    iTouch#1fan New Member

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    My iPod Touch does not seem to last very long for some odd reason. Are there things I can do to ensure my battery lasts much, much, much longer?
  2. Fink

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    Well, turn off wifi, and SSH when you don't use it helps a lot.

    Other then that, I'm not sure
  3. JBB

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    Turn down your brightness too.
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    xxhorseriderxxx Banned

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    Try not to install dæmon apps, and understand that battery life WILL get shot while watchin' movies and playin' games
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    if you turn your ipod off it wastes more battery life that actuelly in sleep mode. idk why but it does
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    TheDuke1122 New Member

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    I highly doubt that would still be true if you were to keep it in sleep for a few hours.
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    if you tried all these suggestions and you still can't get your ipod touch to hold a charge, it could be a defective battery. Take it back to where you got it if still under warranty. If you are no longer covered, you might want to consider a new ipod touch battery from a company like ipodjuice.com (from Home Page, click on the picture of the ipod touch) or go to http://www.ipodjuice.com/ipod-touch-battery-replacement-products.htm . But hopefully it is fixed by these suggestions or you are covered.
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    If you think it's possibly a battery problem, and it's jailbroken, try restoring and running it for awhile with factory settings. If it's still running low too quickly, take it back to Apple.
  9. iTouch#1fan

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    It was like it before. Where can I get a new battery from? And installing it? Hmmm..
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    I'd recommend getting your iPod replaced, not a new battery.

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