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> Battery 3.7v Vs 4.2v, battery 3.7V vs 4.2V
post Dec 2 2004, 11:07 AM
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My new C860 is having the notorious 'battery recharge problem' (I hope;).
Currently at 1.5V or something, I was thinking of charging it externally with a custom setup to full charge, and then reflash the voltage level in the DM menu.
Now, I've read in several posts that the reading of a fully charged battery should be 4.2V, while there's 3.7V indicated on the battery pack. 0.5V seems like quite a difference to me. Or am I mixing things up here? Anyone can clear this up for me?
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