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Am I overcharging my phone? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does constant charging harm my Android cellphone? I am using my Xperia Active for application development. Given that scenario, I obviously have the phone connected to the ...
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1answer
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Is it better to detach a charger when my Android device gets fully charged? [duplicate]

When using my Android device at my desk, is it better to (from a battery health point of view) detach a charger as soon as the device gets fully charged, or is it ok to keep it on the charger? I like ...
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1answer
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Can overcharging destroy Xperia J or Android phone? [duplicate]

My phone needs to charge for about only 2 and half hour, but I forgot so I charged my phone for about 3 and half hour. Then I noticed that my battery is easy to drain. When my phone is in 14% or below,...
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0answers
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Is it OK to leave my Samsung Galaxy Ace charging all the time? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does constant charging harm my cellphone? Hello! I have the Samsung Galaxy Ace but the battery life is a bit of a problem for me. Can I leave it plugged in ie. charging all ...
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2answers
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Is it dangerous to keep my phone plugged in indefinitely? [duplicate]

I just recently got a new phone, so my old one has been sitting in a drawer for the last month. However, a friend recently suggested the Sleep Cycle alarm to me, and I'd like to try it out, but I'm ...
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1answer
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What is best practice for charging galaxy tablet? Will charging for long periods 24/ 7 damage it? [duplicate]

Will leaving my galaxy pro tablet plugged in 24/ 7 cause any damage?
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1answer
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Tablets always turned on (usb-powered). Problems? [duplicate]

I need to install about 20 tablets powered 24/7 (24 hours, all week). Is there any problem or potencial damage about it?
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0answers
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Can over charging damage battery? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does constant charging harm my Android cellphone? Indeed, this is a duplicate of: Does constant charging harm my Android cellphone? Just for the record -- let's say I leave ...
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1answer
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Does testing in android device will reduce it's life? [duplicate]

I am an android developer. Using my moto g first gen for testing my applications. I connect the device to laptop for 12 hrs per day. Now i am planning to buy s4. Will it reduce my device's life?
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Is the phone ONLY powered by external power (wireless charged) when battery reports full? [duplicate]

I read conflicting reports so i am asking this for 100% clarification: This the scenario: Lets say im an Uber driver and I need to have my phone ON all the time ( Waze, Google maps, etc ). Its on a ...
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0answers
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Is it safe to keep Android charging through USB all day? [duplicate]

When I'm in front of the computer, I always keep my Android phone plugged into a USB cable so it's always at a 100% charge and I can type text messages from the convenience of my PC keyboard. Still, ...
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0answers
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Will debugging damage my battery? [duplicate]

I work as a Android developer and I use my own phone for debugging as well as some other devices. Keeping the phone connected with USB will automatically charge my phone but will my battery be damaged ...
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Is it safe to leave the charger connected to the tablet through the night, or that it will shorten battery life [duplicate]

I have a Chinese tablet with a red indicator while charging, which turns orange when it is fully charged. Is it ok if it remains connected to the charger after charging is complete?
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7answers
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Is power consumed from battery to run the phone when charging?

I want to download torrents while keeping the device plugged to charge. My device is made by Samsung. Is the power consumed from charger, or battery, to power the device when charging? Will my ...
33
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3answers
90k views

Do I have to charge my phone before I use it the first time?

When I got my last phone, a SE k850i, I was recommended to charge it fully once before I even turned it on. Does this apply today as well, for my coming HTC Desire HD? Why was I recommended to do so ...

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