1. AC Question's Avatar
    Just wanted to make sure that it is ok to leave my phone plugged in AC power for around 8 hours when I'm sleeping or not? (I turn off WIFI and close all apps and completely don't use it when it is plugged).
    01-09-2016 12:52 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    I've left phones plugged in for over a month (it happens in a shop if the phone gets shoved to the back of the bench and forgotten). I usually keep all the phones and Bluetooth headsets I'm not using on chargers until I need them.

    Lithium charging circuitry (the circuit in the phone) turns the charge off when the battery is fully charged (which is about half an hour after it reaches "100%") - then, if the charge drops a little, the charger kicks in, brings it back to full charge and shuts off again.

    Leaving it on the charger until you're ready to use it endures that you start with a fully charged battery.
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    01-09-2016 01:48 AM
  3. LTA1's Avatar
    Nice one rukbat ☺ as for my experience, even back in my nokia days ( late 90s) to present, i leave my phone charged at night, plug before i sleep and unplug when i get up. I havnt had a problem with batteries to date. Ofcourse im talking about li-ion and li-polymer. ☺

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    01-09-2016 07:48 AM

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