Overcharging

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  1. Zak32

    Zak32 Member

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    Is overcharging okay? Does it damage the battery?
  2. Vekk

    Vekk New Member

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    It doesn't hurt the battery in any way.
  3. Zak32

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    Ok thanks for the reply mate

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    Thank god. I needed an answer to that too, since i always plug my ipod into my pc when i go to bed, no matter what the battery percentage.

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    I only charge mine when it gets below like 50%. I don't charge it every night/everyday. I'm due for a full charge, waiting till it hits below 20%. Make sure you do that at least monthly.
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    Good observation
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    i just stick it on the charger overnight... no need to be paranoid about it since im gonna sell it before the 5th gen comes out + u can always get it replaced by apple before the 1 year warranty expires
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    once the ipod touch detects that it is full, it basically stops charging the battery and runs off the AC

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