touch - ok to keep it charging?

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  1. spalten

    spalten New Member

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    I just got an ipod touch and have a question about it that I was wondering about. Is it ok to keep it charging after the battery is full? I leave it docked so I it is easy to sync with Itunes but I was not sure if this is good for the battery? Any thoughts on this? Thanks in advance...
  2. Ford GT

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    This shouldn't be a problem. The iPod automatically stops charging when it's full so you can never over charge the battery.
  3. iPod_ruler

    iPod_ruler New Member

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    Hhhmmm...When it stops charging does it have the plug on the battery? cuz thats what mine does when its full on my iLuv...?

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  4. Guegs

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    Yes, it doesn't harm anything, I plug mine into the wall charger every night.
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    iPod_ruler New Member

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    So do i. Just to make sure i will have it charged in the morning.

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  6. Joe Rossignol

    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    Yeah it's fine. Once it's fully charged it will show you a plug on top of the battery logo. It's fine to leave it like this. It's just finished charging and it sitting there.
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    BaseballMVP755 Banned

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    yea, it should be fine.. just dont leave it too long, like 2 days or more, cuz it'll overheat
  8. Joe Rossignol

    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    wtf? no it won't.
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    There is a stickied thread about battery tips in the iPod Touch general chat forum if you want to know more.
  10. mcgannbraedon

    mcgannbraedon New Member

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    yep ill be fine

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