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Charging any smartphone using current densities, rechargeable battery packs, or computers is not a good idea. It is preferable to use a high voltage light supply so that your phone charges quickly and has a longer battery life- anything that can charge your phone with a high current voltage.

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1. Avoid continuous charging.

Allow your battery to deplete to roughly 20% before charging it. When a battery is repeatedly charged before it is truly needed, it can drastically reduce its lifespan. But don’t go too far the other way – allowing your battery level to drop to 0% is also bad for it.

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2. Do not use low-quality chargers or low-voltage power supplies from unknown manufacturers

Recharging any smartphone using current densities, rechargeable battery packs, or laptops is not a good idea. It is preferable to use a high voltage light supply so that your phone charges quickly and has a longer battery life- anything that can charge your phone with a high current voltage. That’s why some batteries don’t last long or grow weak when charged with laptops or bogus chargers.

3. Leaving your phone cover unsupervised while charging

Cellphones may overheat when charging, so leaving your phone cover on traps the heat. If this happens, the battery’s temperature rises and it becomes strained. Furthermore, if your phone case is made of plastic, it may burn and harm your smartphone even more.

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