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Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by shiftback: 3:02pm On Aug 21
There has been a myth and it has persistes has persisted for a long time. For years we've all believed that that plugging your smartphone in to charge while you sleep will harm the phone's battery��

We'll, I'm here to tell you that it is a big pile of horsesheet!!
You can leave your smartphone to charge overnight and yes, it's safe to leave your smartphone plugged into the charger while you enjoy your nights rest, especially when using original chargers.

Who else believed this myth and who still believes it after this post?

Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by vertueptime: 3:12pm On Aug 21
Facts and evidence pls
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by GayMohamemed: 3:31pm On Aug 21
Yes it's very safe cos ones the battery is fully charged it automatically stops charging, if u want proof then plug ur phone to charge and while charging u will notice that the charger will become alil warm or hot to indicate that it's working but when the phone is fully charged u will notice that the charger will be cold to signify it has stopped working.

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Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by Yyvonne: 4:37pm On Aug 21
I never believed the myth.. I've been charging my phone overnight and nothing has opened
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by pappybarry(m): 10:40am On Aug 22
shiftback:
There has been a myth and it has persistes has persisted for a long time. For years we've all believed that that plugging your smartphone in to charge while you sleep will harm the phone's battery��

We'll, I'm here to tell you that it is a big pile of horsesheet!!
You can leave your smartphone to charge overnight and yes, it's safe to leave your smartphone plugged into the charger while you enjoy your nights rest, especially when using original chargers.

Who else believed this myth and who still believes it after this post?
I also was wondering who brought up that talk.
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by pappybarry(m): 10:42am On Aug 22
vertueptime:
Facts and evidence pls
Which evidence do you need? It just common sense. Have you not left your phone over night before by mistake?
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by Pweetyteey: 10:49am On Aug 22
Alot of people still believe this ooo..thanks for sharing
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by devbojj: 10:53am On Aug 22
Come to reason with this post...yea once my phone battery gets full, it indicate and even if still plug it stop moving the bar.




shiftback:
There has been a myth and it has persistes has persisted for a long time. For years we've all believed that that plugging your smartphone in to charge while you sleep will harm the phone's battery��

We'll, I'm here to tell you that it is a big pile of horsesheet!!
You can leave your smartphone to charge overnight and yes, it's safe to leave your smartphone plugged into the charger while you enjoy your nights rest, especially when using original chargers.

Who else believed this myth and who still believes it after this post?
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by MaliMillion: 11:09am On Aug 22
So this is a myth?? Whoever started that myth owes me big time undecided undecided undecided
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by Techm8: 11:11am On Aug 22
Besides unplugging a phone when it's full to save energy, it doesn't harm the phone battery and the phone
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by Goldyyy: 1:27pm On Aug 22
Now I can leave my phone plugged over night with rest of mind
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by Rubiesangel: 3:22pm On Aug 22
I knew this all along, i was just waiting fr someone to share same idea.
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by vertueptime: 5:15pm On Aug 22
pappybarry:
Which evidence do you need? It just common sense. Have you not left your phone over night before by mistake?
Ok its ur theory, i thought ul provide statistical analysis, im sure the people that said it caught fire too used their common sense too
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by iconix(m): 9:49pm On Aug 23
Yes, i never believed that, i have been leaving my phone plugged overnight since 3 years now and nothing happened.
Even using your phone while charging is ok, i have been doing that one too. Nothing happened
Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by scarycuteface(m): 3:34pm On Aug 24
shiftback:
There has been a myth and it has persistes has persisted for a long time. For years we've all believed that that plugging your smartphone in to charge while you sleep will harm the phone's battery��

We'll, I'm here to tell you that it is a big pile of horsesheet!!
You can leave your smartphone to charge overnight and yes, it's safe to leave your smartphone plugged into the charger while you enjoy your nights rest, especially when using original chargers.

Who else believed this myth and who still believes it after this post?
I charge my Tecno phone overnight and nothing has happened.

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Re: Smartphone Charging Myth Busted by Corroro: 10:29pm On Aug 31
wow, this is good info, no need for worries then, carlcare did good to share this information

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