I gotta add - I've had the same Nokia flip-phone for 4-5 years, without a hitch. When you plug it into a charger, the battery charges. When if's full, you unplug it. This has been working for years. Why did Android designers set up the OS to run the battery-charging system? What's the purpose? The OS is buggy, and allows the devices to die, often never to return to life. There's no central place where Android developers explain the system's foibles and a single workable fix. More Importantly, why don't they fix this bug, which renders their devices useless, makes for bad word-of-mouth, and set customers off, looking for working alternatives? You got my $229 - once. Do you think I'll return for another experience like this? See ya in the has-been history books.