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How to avoid low battery limitations?


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Guest xdalover

This device has an annoying behaviour when battery is low: Toshiba seems to consider the users as babies and decides (thinking in our well being) to cut off both the USB connection, and also WIFI connection.

I'm already big enough to decide if I wan to runout my battery and how...

So, my question is, does anybody know how to remove these stupid limitations?

Thank you

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Guest xdalover
I think this is not Toshiba's but Microsoft's power managment.

I cannot see a way to bypass this...

I have a XDA Flame with WM6.1 and I've owned some other WInMo devices in the past with WM2003 and WM5 and this is a never seen before behaviour ..

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Guest xdalover
I have a XDA Flame with WM6.1 and I've owned some other WInMo devices in the past with WM2003 and WM5 and this is a never seen before behaviour ..

Has Toshiba's WM6.5 the same low battery limitations as WM6.1?(stop USB and WIFI connections ) If yes, can they be removed? I hate them!!! :D

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Guest die_Leuchte
Has Toshiba's WM6.5 the same low battery limitations as WM6.1?(stop USB and WIFI connections ) If yes, can they be removed? I hate them!!! :D

Yes it has and I don't know how to fix this "bug" :(

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Guest The Real Mc Coy

Same for me on my TG01.

Looking for a way to avoid it. Found nothing relevant in the registry.

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Guest ToshBang

There's a tick box on the wifi settings tab of wireless manager to switch off the wifi at low battery

click signal strength indicator symbol at top of today screen, wireless manager, options, wifi settings. This seems to be same for 6.1 and 6.5 phones.

Sorry can't be more specific as mine went back a couple of days ago due to call quality issues (bang/pop noises heard by other person in call). ;)

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