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  1. #1
    Sebastien
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    Is it better to switch off phone before plug into charger ?
    is there a surge when plugging wich can shorten phone life ?
    Is the charge longer with phone on.


    thanks



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  2. #2
    James
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    Re: Nokia charging question

    With my 6610, there is no difference in charging duration whether the phone
    is on or not (all around 1hr 15).
    With modern batteries, I don't think there is a difference at all.

    James

    "Sebastien" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Is it better to switch off phone before plug into charger ?
    > is there a surge when plugging wich can shorten phone life ?
    > Is the charge longer with phone on.
    >
    >
    > thanks






  3. #3
    Sebby
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    Re: Nokia charging question

    James wrote:

    > With my 6610, there is no difference in charging duration whether the

    phone
    > is on or not (all around 1hr 15).
    > With modern batteries, I don't think there is a difference at all.


    I'd agree with this. I tend to have my phone off when I charge it because I
    more often than not let it run down completely before I do so.





  4. #4
    Ivor Jones
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    Re: Nokia charging question


    "James" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > With my 6610, there is no difference in charging duration whether the

    phone
    > is on or not (all around 1hr 15).
    > With modern batteries, I don't think there is a difference at all.


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    I tend to agree. I rarely charge my batteries on the phone in any case, I
    have several that I use in sequence, charging them on a desktop external
    charger. That way I always have at least 1 or 2 fully charged batteries in
    my pocket when needed.

    Ivor





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