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  1. StrikerAndroid

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    I got the Stylo about a week ago and its amazing. If I barely use my phone, the battery will be around 97-100% for more than 6 hours. However, sometimes I use my phone a lot and charge it whenever it reaches 50%. I charged my phone about 2-4 times today since I was heavily using it. Is it safe for me to charge it this much per day?
     

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    Out the best of my knowledge, no because the phone and the battery are collaborated and every time you charge it early that offsets the collaboration jusf a little bit more till eventually the phone will read 50% and it will shut off on you because it's actually at 0% it is good to at least once a month to let it drain all the way to 0% and shut off and then keep pressing the power button until the led doesn't blink no more.
    then with it off;charge it completely until it is 100% then turn it on and let it run down to 0% again after that turn it on and your battery should be collaborated with the phone once again,it is good way to keep its maximum charge time thank you for listening I wish you good health and good luck!
     
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    I disagree. That info applies to the old nickel battery technology. These are lithium ion batteries. They do not have the same "battery memory" type of functionality as current batteries.

    With lithium ion batteries you dont want to drain them completely. Its bad for the battery.

    Its better they say to charge it in bursts. Like in 30% bursts. (ie from 40% to 70% etc)

    When full you should unplug it instead of letting it sit for 7 or 8 hrs on the charger while fully charged etc.

    I charge mine many times per day and have had no bad effects resulting from that.

    Id be more worried about the charging port becoming worn out than anything.
     
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    Thanks for everyone's replies. I never leave my phone on charge for more than 5 mins when its at 100% So I guess I have nothing to worry about
     
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    I bought 2 of these, I'll let ya know how they work out in 2 or 3 weeks when they arrive: http://www.ebay.com/itm/121870429861 what's odd with fast charging I've never seen or noticed an alert that tells us we're fast charging, does LG have it or is just detected as a normal charge, but fast charging, I know when I had my Note Edge it'd tell me when I was fast charging.
     
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    I have the same 1. It works great. The phone deff has fast charge. No notification of it though.
     
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    That's what I thought was weird, I had one really cheapo fast charging adapter that broke, but I never knew if it was working as a fast charger because for the lack there of a fast charging notification. Good to know this one works and apparently will last awhile longer, the other one's casing just completely fell apart one day.

    How long have you had it, I bought one for the desk and one for the bed side and traveling.
     
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    I didn't lose any money in purchasing them, they basically were free to me cause I had 6 dollars and some odd cents to cover the full cost of them both. LoL

    Damn I love eBay Bucks! haha
     
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    Yeah my brother has LG G4 (I am jealous) but it doesn't show notification either. So must be some LG thing not to. Um I had my fast charge for few months. Leave mine plugged in ever since. Works like a charm. They say you shouldn't leave them plugged in all day. Screw it to lazy to plug/unplug.

    The charger me and you got has great reviews. Seems like its one of the best brands for chargers.
     
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    Cool cool, good to know, hell at $2.98 and free shipping ya can't afford not to get one and wait a few weeks. hahaha :D
     
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