Motorola Droid Bionic Charging Issues? Bigger Battery = Longer Charge Time

Motorola DROID Bionic

 

Many users have pointed out that they are facing some problem while charging this device. Some consumers have reported that even after charging their device for around two hours, this model gets only around 60% charged, even if it is not at all used during this span. Do not be worried in case your battery is taking a few hours to get charged. Since this is a big battery, it takes slightly long to charge. Although this may take some time, you can carry off using this model without charging it pretty long as well! Some users have pointed out that it took around four and half hours to charge their phone.

Most of the Motorola Droid Bionic devices charge at a slower pace. Some of the consumers even claim that they kept their device connected with their PC almost throughout the day, excepting their lunch break. Even then, this model succeeded in charging to around 80%, although a Motorola Droid can be charged fully in less than two hours.

In most cases, users face problems with battery life in some form or the other regardless of the handset they have. You can keep a few extra batteries handy in case you need to get rid of constant battery problems. Also, make sure you use the cable and the charger that comes with the Droid Bionic.

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