Alright to leave Droid in the media dock for extended periods?

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  1. Jobucina

    Jobucina New Member

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    so, i got some giftcards for christmas and decided to get the media dock...ive had my phone in it for the past few hours and will have it in overnight as it will serve as my alarm clock.Is it alright for it to stay in there for such a time period?
     
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    dezymond Tech Support Mod Staff Member Premium Member

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    that's where mine sits when i don't use it and that's where it is overnight.

    no harm done. it's what the dock was meant for after all
     
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    Rechargeable batteries nowadays only charge if there is <90% of the battery. It will not continuously charge it up to 100%. It's fine to leave it plugged in for that long.
     
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    I do it all the time, it's fine Fagetaboutit.:greendroid:
     
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    Mine spends a lot of time in the dock. Its actually in the dock right now. :)
     
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    I plan on buying a dock this weekend, and it was one of my worries as well. Good to know though.