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Default Overcharging the battery

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Am 10.06.21 um 23:54 schrieb Mike Coon:
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Am 10.06.21 um 20:33 schrieb Ralph Mowery:
Guess that I have been lucky. I only use my cell phone when away from
the house. At hone it stays on the charger all the time, maybe several
days. I have done this to a flip phone and 2 smart phones and so far no

With Li-Ion batteries there are no problems anyway and the rest is done
by the electronics. Care free I would say.

What "no problems"? Like the well-publicised fires, recalls etc?
Airlines seem to care rather a lot...

They don't.
The real problem are the batteries of the ****ty B-787.

Have you not read the strictures applied to how you transport your
gadgets' batteries? Admittedly the caring is about their aeroplanes;
they like the batteries to be close to the passenger, to act as a fire