Will leaving the Droid X connected to the comp overcharge it?

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  1. Child_of_Bodom
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    I put all my mp3 in my Droid X to give my computer more space and I want to play music on my computer by plugging the Droid X. The thing is will it overcharge the phone if i leave it connected to the computer all day?

    Thanks
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    Ummm... no. It won't.
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    Negatory good buddy, negatory.
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    You can't overcharge these phones.
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    Hopefully last reply, how exactly do you overcharge a battery?

    If you're referring to memory artifacts, nickel cadmium batteries had those issues. Lithium ion batteries do not.

    No worries. Plug in, be happy.
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    Turn it off, plug it in overnight, charge away and really see better battery life. Do that twice and you will be very hapy.
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    USB ports have lower amps than standard plug thus when your phone says it has a full charge it will technically have a full charge but will run out VERY quickly because the bsttery will have low amps.
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