dissapeering applications

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by willm2990, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. willm2990

    willm2990 New Member

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    Disapeering apps on newer droid phones or all droid phones think i have an answer.
     
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    And that would be?
     
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    Please share!
     
  4. willm2990

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    Ok with the research I've.done.it seems to be charger related

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    I left my phone.fully charged on the charger all night and I no that's bad for the battery but when I took it off this app was gone like it was never there I downloaded it.like it was. New

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  6. jonamurphy

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    It seems to be affecting your grammar as well.
     
  7. BayouFlyFisher

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    Leaving your phone on the charger all night is not bad for the battery. I've been doing it for years.

    My Grandfather had a story he used to tell that is remarkably on-target even today years after his death. He used to say that just because Lunch comes after Breakfast every day son, does not mean that Lunch is caused by Breakfast.

    Here's some lite reading for you (Reader's Digest Version is that you need to move those apps back to the phone storage):

    1. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/droid-3/167941-apps-disappearing.html?highlight=disappearing
    2. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/project-elite/139679-disappearing-apps.html?highlight=disappearing
    3. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/mo...apps-disappearing.html?highlight=disappearing
    4. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/dr...eeps-disappearing.html?highlight=disappearing
    5. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/dr...disappearing-apps.html?highlight=disappearing
    6. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/mo...wireless-motorola.html?highlight=disappearing
    7. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/motorola-droid-bionic/173185-disappearing-apps.html
     
  8. dezymond

    dezymond Tech Support Mod Staff Member Premium Member

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    Leaving the phone on the charger isn't bad at all. Like Bayou, I leave it plugged in all night and unplug it in the morning and all of my apps are still there.

    Once your battery is fully charge it cuts off any power towards the battery and the phone runs off the power from the charger, pretty much it in a nutshell.
     
  9. willm2990

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    First I could care less about my grammar this isn't a thesis some less "smart" tech might not have that cut off feature but leaving one of these new baterrya cooking on the charger for days and it will make ur battery inert. Bak to the original topic

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    Huh? Maybe with better grammar, this post would be understandable.
     
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    I agree that grammar is not really the issue, but I totally think you are wrong about the battery. These systems have overcharge protection built into them. Once the battery is at 100% the system stops charging the battery and the OS will then operate off the charger. I've left devices on charge for days and days. In fact my wife uses my original Droid now and she will often leave it on charge over the whole weekend - no inert battery.

    Good luck and have some fun!!
     
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    know ide wat u want.
    plugit in and its fine.:icon_ devil: