Wow - 1750mAh ~ that's way over the rating for these 1400mAh batteries!
Originally Posted by Btravelen
Do you mean that at anywhere below 49% it now randomly powers off on it's own?
I have only experienced the refusal to reboot from shut down unless external power is applied.
It seems that at present all the 'replacements' supplied by Mugen are exhibiting the same (or worse!) behaviour - there are now several instances of this here including my own.
Does anyone know if there is 'firmware' in the actual battery itself - rather than just in the phones (which may not be 'recognising' the higher capacity)? Because if so, this may be where these Mugens are at fault - if not, then clearly there is some chemical or physical fault present in this batch of batteries?
As stated above, I have already suggested to Mugen that they actually obtain a Pre3 and work from there, but still no response - it seems that they may be more than willing to hand out 'replacements' units at this time, but not to actually physically address this issue 'hands-on'?
I will try writing again to them.
I should imagine that their Pre3 'market' is pretty small in comparison, so the question also remains also as to how large this 'batch' is! But if enough of us point this specific issue out to them, and also point out that their 'replacements' are so far no better, they may then hopefully act upon it!