Post 1: Explanation and Summary Post 2: Expands on the bullet points from post 1 Post 3: Further investigation needed My last post on this was an analysis. I had some theories but clearly stated that they were theory, and not fact, based on numerous tests. Well, some parts of my theory were correct, and others turned out to be false. After some more tests and some help from someone with the patience to sift through two kernals, we've figured it out. I didn't want to publish these results without checking the NOV OTA for changes, as these findings were finished around the time the NOV OTA started rolling out. So, here's what's going on (See Post 1 for conclusions, and Post 2 for elaboration on each point). 1. The Droid Incredible does not support power via AC. 2. Due to point one, even when plugged in, the Incredible runs off the battery. 3. The kernel used in the Incredible sets two battery charge thresholds, 96% and 80%. 4. The 96% threshold is set to prevent constant recharging (which over time drains the life of the battery). If the phone reports 96% or more charge when plugged in, you'll get a green light. 5. The 80% threshold is the point at which the Incredible will begin charging again. 6. The above is controlled via software. If you turn the phone off, it will act as a typical dumb-charger and do a complete charge.