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revised Why do I need to remove my battery periodically to fix phone problems?
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comment Why do I need to remove my battery periodically to fix phone problems?
@Monica Cellio: Actually the phone been "powered off" using the "shut down" command doesn't mean that the device is powered off - some of the circuitry will still be connected to the battery, otherwise how would it turn on when you press the button?
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answered Why do I need to remove my battery periodically to fix phone problems?
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comment Although I was told to charge my Android device before first use, it was already charged. Have I been given a phone rejected by someone else?
@PRB: Well, Li-Ion batteries just can't be shipped uncharged, otherwise they die on the shelf, it's the manufacturer's fault that he doesn't have clear wording in the manual.
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answered Although I was told to charge my Android device before first use, it was already charged. Have I been given a phone rejected by someone else?
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comment How to train the battery
I rephrased this question and asked it on Electronics SE - electronics.stackexchange.com/q/33003/3552