Battery question

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  1. chillen

    chillen New Member

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    ok i fully charged my battery yesterday and drained it today but oddly when i plugged it in and it turned on it said i had 50 percent battery is this normal,????
  2. TchnclFl

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    Hmmmm. Someone else posted this. To me, it sounds like a software glitch. I'm pretty sure your battery is fine.
  3. chillen

    chillen New Member

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    thts good 2 kno
  4. applefail

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    is this on a 4G?
  5. juvenilepunk

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    I've been having this same error, glad to here I'm not the only one.
  6. chillen

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    yes... i think because its brand new, the battery life is great its just the meter
  7. JoeShades

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    that was me and now the second time i charged it i did not have the same problem
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    You have to use Airplane mode to disabled Wifi. It is an iOS 4 features.
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    Yep, just disable Wi-Fi or just turn on Airplane Mode.
    Wi-Fi eats battery D:

    Oh and same for Bluetooth.
  10. iBricked

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    If I turn off wifi, will it still be persistent?

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