Is there a permanent way to fix these “dead” batteries. I use the quotation marks because alot of the time, they simply aren’t dead. I put them on the charger and the light flashes red then turns green after just a few seconds. I have even resorted to trying the “paper clip fix” as demonstrated in this video.
But even that solution is temporary at best. Is there a permanent fix for these sorry excuses for rechargeable batteries? I even heard that one of the reasons these batteries start “dying” is because of disuse…so it’s basically a lose-lose situation. Play it too much? too bad. Want to conserve it, too bad. Sheesh Microsoft, you sure know how to make durable, long lasting products