1. Super Spartan's Avatar
    I usually like to keep the phone playing some sleep music on Vanced so I keep my Pixel 4 on my Samsung Galaxy Fast Wireless Charger overnight. Will this hurt the battery on the long run due to overcharging?
    07-01-2020 04:54 PM
  2. Scott337's Avatar
    These discussions usually involve some heated debate about whether that is OK or not OK to do. I have always put my phones on the OEM charger every night when I go to bed and leave it there while I sleep. I've never had a battery fail prematurely from this. But others claim that will hurt your battery over time. And you can find "expert" documentation supporting both arguments if you search online.
    thejesse likes this.
    07-01-2020 04:57 PM
  3. dmxjago's Avatar
    No it has smart tech to stop charging temporarily as needed.
    Scott337 and Super Spartan like this.
    07-01-2020 04:57 PM
  4. BergerKing's Avatar
    It doesn't overcharge, the battery and phone have management circuitry to prevent this. My phones are on the charger all night, and nary a problem with either of them. I run iHeart Radio to sleep by, myself.
    Scott337 and Super Spartan like this.
    07-01-2020 04:58 PM
  5. eric002's Avatar
    Yeah, agree. Whether I'm charging it with the actual quick charger brick, or USB charging off my laptop, I leave it charging for hours. And my battery never loses a charge cycle or looks like it's depleting faster than normal.
    Super Spartan likes this.
    07-01-2020 05:06 PM
  6. Super Spartan's Avatar
    awesome! Thanks a lot guys!
    eric002 and turbocycle like this.
    07-01-2020 05:23 PM
  7. me just saying's Avatar
    I never take the phone off the wireless charger when home except to use it.
    eric002 likes this.
    07-01-2020 05:48 PM
  8. Scott337's Avatar
    Here is an article I have read a few times that helps explain some of the myths about the LiOn batteries in our phones.

    https://www.pcmag.com/news/357987/ch...myths-debunked
    07-01-2020 05:56 PM
  9. Mooncatt's Avatar
    It's not over-charging that's the concern, it's holding at a high charge level (over roughly 75%) that's the concern. Doing so overnight once or twice likely won't do much, but doing so nightly is likely going to shorten the overall lifespan.
    07-01-2020 07:14 PM
  10. stevo82's Avatar
    I've wirelessly charged my last 3 phones every night while I slept and never had a problem with any of their batteries. However I should note I've never kept any of them beyond 2 years when I upgraded.
    eric002 and Super Spartan like this.
    07-01-2020 07:18 PM
  11. Mike Dee's Avatar
    awesome! Thanks a lot guys!
    The main damage is caused by deep discharging. Try to never let it get to zero but if it happens on occasion don't sweat. I try to give it a bump if it drops 40 but I'm not religious about it. Enjoy your device.
    Super Spartan likes this.
    07-01-2020 07:46 PM
  12. stevenjb2020's Avatar
    I don't wireless charge, however I do use an app where I have set a notification at 80 percent charge - when I hear the notification, I pull the plug. There is also a low battery level notification.
    07-03-2020 02:31 AM

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