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    Question Battery Full Notification...

    Am I crazy or do I get the full charge notification when the phone goes to 90%? I was charging and at 89% I locked my screen. Unlocked about 5-10mins later and got the full charge notification.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mumfoau View Post
    Am I crazy or do I get the full charge notification when the phone goes to 90%? I was charging and at 89% I locked my screen. Unlocked about 5-10mins later and got the full charge notification.
    At 90% the phone will recognize a full charge. Technically it's not really full as it still has a way to get to 100%. But that's the way the notification system for the device works.

    Just leave it plugged in to 100% and you will be fine.
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    Default Re: Battery Full Notification...

    Quote Originally Posted by mumfoau View Post
    Am I crazy or do I get the full charge notification when the phone goes to 90%? I was charging and at 89% I locked my screen. Unlocked about 5-10mins later and got the full charge notification.
    Personally, it hasn't happened to me, but I have seen other posts mentioning this, so you are not alone.

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    Default Re: Battery Full Notification...

    Quote Originally Posted by srkmagnus View Post
    At 90% the phone will recognize a full charge. Technically it's not really full as it still has a way to get to 100%. But that's the way the notification system for the device works.

    Just leave it plugged in to 100% and you will be fine.
    It's not a huge issue really as it displays 100% and I'm sure it's designed that way for a reason. Just a sanity check to make sure that's what I saw. Lol

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