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Old August 28th, 2013, 06:50 AM   #447 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Tlicious1020 View Post
That was applicable to nickel batteries. If anything, you are supposed to leave the phone on the charger for an extra few hours after the charging light turns green. Do not drain the battery on purpose when you first get a phone.
+1 - The Lithium-Ion batteries used these days don't acquire the capacity "memory" the those old batteries did. My battery runs down to anywhere between 20% and 40% daily and I always just plug it in and leave it charging all night until I get up. Haven't had a problem with any of my phones doing that.
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