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    My 650 will charge all the way to 100%, the LED turns green, but the status will just continue to say (charging). As soon as I unplug it, it immediately drops to 99%. The 600 doesn't do this. When the LED turns green, the status no longer says charging, and when you unplug it, it remains at 100% for atleast a little while.

    Anyone else experiencing this? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    O.K. If noone has an answer, cool. But does anyone else's 650 do this?
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    I have this issue too. Anyone else?
    StevenB
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    Same here... says 100%, but still says charging.
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    I don't have a 650 "yet", but have you tried taking the battery out of the Treo, and then placing it back in? or totally discharge and then charge it back up? just suggestions.
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    Yes mine too does the same thing, I think all of the 650s do that. BUT THE BATTERY LIFE IS WAY BETTER THAN THE 600
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomasanderson
    My 650 will charge all the way to 100%, the LED turns green, but the status will just continue to say (charging). As soon as I unplug it, it immediately drops to 99%. The 600 doesn't do this. When the LED turns green, the status no longer says charging, and when you unplug it, it remains at 100% for atleast a little while.

    Anyone else experiencing this? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    I think you are getting wound up for nothing. Think of it more as not showing the 1/10ths. You know, you punch in 2 minutes on your microwave and as soon as you hit start, it says 1:59. As soon as you disconnect the charger from the phone, technically, since it is drawing power, it cant truly be 100%. think of it as 99.9% Perhaps the 600 said 100% but was really 99%

    Eric
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    Quote Originally Posted by kirkeric
    I think you are getting wound up for nothing. Think of it more as not showing the 1/10ths. You know, you punch in 2 minutes on your microwave and as soon as you hit start, it says 1:59. As soon as you disconnect the charger from the phone, technically, since it is drawing power, it cant truly be 100%. think of it as 99.9% Perhaps the 600 said 100% but was really 99%

    Eric

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirkeric
    I think you are getting wound up for nothing. Think of it more as not showing the 1/10ths. You know, you punch in 2 minutes on your microwave and as soon as you hit start, it says 1:59. As soon as you disconnect the charger from the phone, technically, since it is drawing power, it cant truly be 100%. think of it as 99.9% Perhaps the 600 said 100% but was really 99%

    Eric
    This is what I figured. Seems a lot more logical if you think about it. How can the battery truly be at 100% if it is constantly drawing power, from the moment you unplug it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thomasanderson
    This is what I figured. Seems a lot more logical if you think about it. How can the battery truly be at 100% if it is constantly drawing power, from the moment you unplug it?
    That's just my thoughts and hope I didn't come across as sarcastic. Honestly, when I charge mine, I just give a quick glance to the battery meter and move one, hadn't noticed this 99% verses 100%. I do think it is logical to conclude the way I mentioned though. No biggie.

    Oh, for the other yahoo....not dreaming here.

    Eric
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    No harm done. I completely understand you. Thanx for the feedback.

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