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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by warren83, Apr 18, 2010.
Does it hurt to leave the Moto Droid plugged in over night?
No, the battery will no longer accept charge once it is full, so leaving it plugged in will not overcharge.
I don't think so. I do it every night. I have to otherwise I will not have any battery life the next day.
I've charged it every night since i got the phone and my battery life is great
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Same here and my battery life is great.
same. i leave it on my charging dock all night every night.
although this has been covered already, it doesn't hurt the battery at all.
once it's fully charged the phone recognizes it and no longer charges the battery.
Thanks for the quick responses
in another thread about this same thing someone said this isnt the case when it comes to the car charger as it doesn't do the "trickle" effect. What about plugged into your computer? I plug mine into my iMac every night instead of the wall. I imagine its the same as plugging it into the wall in this case.
no nothing will happen...motorola has a thing that automatically shuts off power when fully charged =] it says so on a charger i got from them lol
Yeah, battery technology has changed so much in the last decade, you can keep the phone plugged in forever if you want.
Also, if the USB cable that came with your Droid has an "Ecomoto" flag attached to it the charger will stop drawing power from the wall once your droid is fully charged. That is, assuming you're using the stock charger (or the charger included with the Motorola cradle).