14238 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Jan 9, 2012 6:21 AM by TakoBoy
This seems a little slow, but the following was copied from this link.
Most lithium-ion polymer batteries use a fast charge to charge your device to 80% battery capacity, then switch to trickle charging. That’s about two hours of charge time to power an iPod to 80% capacity, then another two hours to fully charge it, if you are not using the iPod while charging.
Is your laptop set to sleep or be in standby mode after a designated period of time of no activity or usage?
No, my laptop is left running entire time. I do understand that when in standby or sleeping, or even hibernation that it will not charge.
charged at 4:15 pm as mentioned,
right now is 6:40 pm at 80%.
my 1st replacement, the phone would charge to full in one hour, but then this was with my wall charger.
Oh well the only solution right is to disable the sleep mode on my laptop while the lid closed and keep it running for temporary, as the dining hall closes at 7 pm so only 20 minute to get my food.