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    Battery Charging Habits

    Hello Everyone,

    I'm going to be picking up my i760 today and had a question about your battery charging habits.

    What is the best way to charge the battery?
    • Constantly leave it on the charger when you can.
    • Charge it once a night.
    • Only charge it when the battery is almost dead.
    • Another strategy?

    Does it even make a difference? I'm coming from a Moto Q and it's battery (including the extended battery) life was awful. I just want to make sure I treat the battery the best way I can with the new phone.

    Thanks!
    Samsung i760, Motorola Q, Audiovox XV6600

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    There is a lengthy thread on this very subject. Please do a search for it.

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    Could you please provide me with a link to the thread? I did some searching before I posted and didn't come up with anything. Perhaps I'm not searching with the right terms. Sorry for starting a new thread about something discussed.

    Thanks
    Samsung i760, Motorola Q, Audiovox XV6600

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    It's on the first page of this forum - called "expected battery life" or something like that.

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    I am assuming you might have found it, but if not:

    I760 Expected Battery Life

    and this is a good one to read:

    How long should you charge the Battery on Its first charge

    I am closing this thread, please respond in one of the other two if you have additional questions.

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