Hi all, I just bought a new WildFire today and when I came home in the afternoon, I took it out of the box and started reading the quick reference guide. The text starts on the very first page with something like this (I'm translating it here from Czech): "Before you do anything else, do this: Charge the battery. The battery in your phone hasn’t been charged yet. While your phone is charging, it’s important that you do not remove the battery pack. Doing so can damage your phone. Also, please don’t try to take your phone apart. (If you do, it may invalidate your warranty.)" Ok, so I'm pluging the phone to the recharger and I'm leaving my home. After some 4 - 5 hours I continue reading the very same quick reference guide and a few pages further it says, that I was supposed to first remove the back cover, then remove the battery, then remove a plastic film preventing the battery to have electric contact with the phone, then put the battery back, close the phone and then charge it for the first time. Well, surprise... So my question is, could I damage the smartphone by having it for abou 5 or 6 hours plugged into the recharger, without the battery having contact with the phone? I mean the battery might well be a quite important component in the electrical circuit of the phone during charging. Does anyone have some factual idea about this? Thanks!