When the battery level reaches 100%, what power source does the device use ?

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  1. henrylo1021

    henrylo1021 Member

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    When my ipod2g battery level reaches 100%, then i start to play game, the battery levels wont go down, it remains 100% all the time, so i am wondering what power source does the device use ? My PC or iTouch itself ? thanks
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    I believe that it switches between them constantly. This ould be so the battery is being conditioned as well as using the 30 pin connectors power source.
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    no not PC - I think it uses the battery...but the power source holds the battery level very constantly...

    I believe that because if you use MyWi (wifi tethering to create a hotspot) on iPhone then you'll see this:
    iphone is connected to power and you tether using mywi (wifi) and while doing that you surf the internet on safari.
    you will see that the battery drains because the charger can't charge it fast enough (!!) if the charger is used why should the battery drain...huh? kinda not logical^^

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