05-01-2014 08:34 AM
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  1. davidnc's Avatar
    There is zero danger of charging overnight. Shoot, leave the thing plugged in 24/7. It's not 1990 anymore.

    Rest assured, modern batteries are not going to overcharge. If one does, it's faulty, and it will die quickly regardless of how you treat it. Plug away with confidence. If it was a bad thing to do your device manual would say so.

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    Yup I fell asleep by accident before when charging my phone. No worries though.

    sent from my Moto X , Android Central Moderator
    04-26-2014 12:42 AM
  2. DudeThatsErin's Avatar
    I have the s4 and when I plug my phone in at night and leave it charge until I wake up I unplug it at 96-98% when before I unplug it the phone shows 100%...why is that? I usually don't plug it in until it reaches 25% or lower. This is annoying.

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    05-01-2014 01:50 AM
  3. fiat3192's Avatar
    Note 3 battery was better but moto x still catches my eye

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    05-01-2014 02:02 AM
  4. 4runnerbrett's Avatar
    Note 3 has way bigger battery so of course your going to get better battery life.
    05-01-2014 02:16 AM
  5. sting7k's Avatar
    I charge my primary device every night regardless of the battery level. I may often do a top up charge during the day while sitting at my computer or while I'm busy in the lab even if it's only at 60%. Charge your battery when every you are able. There's no reason not too.
    05-01-2014 08:34 AM
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