i have done all the wiping battery stats ect still. this has happened from corvus 5- cwm- to hc1.7- and now honeycomb 32. both builds 6 & 7
In that case, I recommend you take it back. You should get about 10 hours of average use from your Vega on a full charge. It doesn't actually matter whether the fault is a battery stats problem or a duff battery - you don't have any way of fixing it. If you're interested, there is a way of checking which it is on Vegacomb:
Download and install 'Current Widget' from the market. Getting the widget on screen is a bit trick y -You start off in the normal way with a long press on the screen, and then choose the current widget. You are presented with a settings screen, and you have to use the back button (soft or hard) to get out of it.
Once the widget is on screen, it will be displaying the battery current, press on the current reading to display the remaining battery capacity, and again to display battery voltage.
Now, the battery in your Vega has a very distinctive charge/discharge cycle in that the battery voltage drops very slowly from 100% charged value to about 15% charge when it suddenly drops off a cliff. 15% is also the level at which the battery reaches its nominal 7.4V rating. So now we can do a very simple test to see if the battery charge is correctly reported below 15%. If the battery is reported as being 10% or less, and Current Widget says the battery voltage is below 7.4V then the battery really is discharged. But if the battery charge is reported as 10% and Current Widget says the battery voltage is above 7.4V then you have a battery stats problem
I'd like to remind you that Current Widget can only do this on Vegacomb 3.2, and if your not getting sufficient life out of a full charge, and can't fix it, you should take your Vega back.