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When to reacharge the mobile battery?

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    The advice is clear: leave your phone charging at night, and take it in the morning when we get up. That charge cycle will normally be adequate for most users. Ideally, charge the battery if we have the possibility when this 80% lower if we can. And if 40% low, try to do it or yes. It's okay to be continuously recharging the battery, the problem is that you download from everything and spend a couple of weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hurtadoluisalex View Post
    The advice is clear: leave your phone charging at night, and take it in the morning when we get up. That charge cycle will normally be adequate for most users. Ideally, charge the battery if we have the possibility when this 80% lower if we can. And if 40% low, try to do it or yes. It's okay to be continuously recharging the battery, the problem is that you download from everything and spend a couple of weeks.
    I rarely charge my phone overnight as per belief that it will overheat and explode as many are saying. But last night, I forgot to unplug my phone and it is fine when I got up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipol12 View Post
    I never heard of that app. Still, if you use that app, it eats some of your storage too. Just like Clean Master, it eats some of your storage. I am not even sure if Clean Master really works as everytime I check my storage after cleaning, it is still the same.
    I don't use anything to clean my phone, I go into the factory settings and clear data and uninstall updates for the apps that come with the phone and don't update them ever as I don't use them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by challengewriter View Post
    I don't use anything to clean my phone, I go into the factory settings and clear data and uninstall updates for the apps that come with the phone and don't update them ever as I don't use them.
    My brother said it works so I downloaded it but upon observation, I don't believe it. It only disturbs me in some updates of it or notifying me to clean the junks. I do the same, manually clearing up data and cache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipol12 View Post
    My brother said it works so I downloaded it but upon observation, I don't believe it. It only disturbs me in some updates of it or notifying me to clean the junks. I do the same, manually clearing up data and cache.
    Yeah, you should just delete it as it would save you more time and more space, and try my suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ipol12 View Post
    I rarely charge my phone overnight as per belief that it will overheat and explode as many are saying. But last night, I forgot to unplug my phone and it is fine when I got up.
    I think it is better to be safe than sorry, so while some phones may stay fine after over charging. It is not worth the risk.

    I think it is ideal to have multiple phones so you will have something to use while you are waiting for the other one to cool down. You are going to have another round of waiting while you are waiting for it to charge. I cool down my phone before I charge it so my battery won't get bloated like a balloon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cashewfruit_wine View Post
    I think it is better to be safe than sorry, so while some phones may stay fine after over charging. It is not worth the risk.

    I think it is ideal to have multiple phones so you will have something to use while you are waiting for the other one to cool down. You are going to have another round of waiting while you are waiting for it to charge. I cool down my phone before I charge it so my battery won't get bloated like a balloon.
    I have a tablet to use if my phone is charging but it is Windows tablet. I hope to buy an Android tablet which is more user friendly with tablet devices. But I will first buy a power bank which may be safer to charge to.

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    I heard that the correct thing to do is not charging it to full! And you shouldn't let it charging all night while you sleep because it'll charge at full and then it'll consume little battery then charge again, consume a little battery then charge again. This will deteorate the battery faster than you think!

    We need to be really carefull with mobile batteries! I know that technology is evolving... But still, a little care isn't always more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluegreen View Post
    I heard that the correct thing to do is not charging it to full! And you shouldn't let it charging all night while you sleep because it'll charge at full and then it'll consume little battery then charge again, consume a little battery then charge again. This will deteorate the battery faster than you think!

    We need to be really carefull with mobile batteries! I know that technology is evolving... But still, a little care isn't always more.
    I never knew that. That's why when I left my phone charged all night, when I checked it, the battery is not full. It is just at 97% which made me wonder because it has been plugged the whole night

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