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Battery life - charge up everyday or let die?

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        09-22-2009, 09:58 AM
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        09-23-2009, 03:43 AM
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    I usually keep my phone fully charged all the time, if I'm home and around my charger I'll leave my phone plugged in, but if I'm out and about all day, I'll charge my phone overnight as I sleep. =) But with video game systems and such, like my psp, I'll just use it until the battery dies, then charge it, because with its battery if it's overcharged the battery will die faster. However, recently I left my digital camera charging overnight, and the battery got overloaded and killed the entire camera, so it won't turn on...so...my theory is, it depends on what you are charging as for whether or not constant charging is harmful or not!
         

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