Can talking on your cell phone while its charging make battery life shorter?
Yes, it will :)
It doesn't hurt to fully discharge the battery occasionally. Some batteries develop a 'memory' that they will not charge beyond, giving the appearance of shorter battery life.
Yes . The more you charge your phone the less potential your battery has of charging quickly and properly .
Occasional over-charging won't hurt the phone... simply discharge the battery completely before re-charging.
Of Course! You can preform any function on a phone while charging, including calling and texting!
You get cancer by talking on your cellphone when your phone is charging because when your phone is charging it gives off radiation and when you talk you put the phone to your head and you get a tumor in your brain.
chemical; when charging, a chemical change is produced to provide energy for the phone.
The phone will go flat quickly. When charged it'll never switch from "charging" to "charged". Or it'll say that charging is complete real fast, even when starting from a flat battery.
Iphone's from the Apple company do not offer spare parts for their Iphone cell phones. One cannot buy a new phone battery, but instead buy a mobile phone charging pack to charge ones phone when they are not near an outlet. One can buy a mobile phone charging battery at websites or stores such as Bestbuy or Amazon.
If you look at your blackberry phone while it's charging, by the battery icon there is a wire looking symbol with a plug located right next to it. Once your blackberry phone is done charging the symbol will disappear indicating that your blackberry phone is done fully charging.
Nope - I have a separate charger in addition to my mobile phone, so I never have a flat battery. The phone has never had any bad effects from charging the spare battery in an alternative charger.
Yes but the energy stored in a car battery is several hundred times the energy needed to charge a cell phone battery once.
I think you should try charging it or maybe replace it with a new battery?
as the process of charging the battery gets completed , it uses a auto-cut feature to cut off the further charging , Moreover it saves power n battery life ......
Yes - but it will require charging more frequently.
If your battery isn't charging, or is taking much longer to charge than it used to - it's time to replace it. Re-chargeable batteries don't last forever, and will eventually need replacing.
Yes, and worse yet could mess up your phone.
I believe you are referring to charging a mobile phone. If this is the case, mobile phones change their charging technique at something like when they are 90% full. Instead of being in full charging mode, they switch to trickle charging mode. This is an effective means to charge a battery over a long period of time without hurting the battery- i.e. if you accidentally leave your phone charging all weekend, instead of the required… Read More
This is a stupid thing to do. Charging it when the battery in it. What's the point!!!!!!!!!! It proberly would if you did because there is nothing there to charge!!!!
There could be something wrong with the charging port on the phone, causing the phone to not be charged properly. Another possibility is the power button isn't functioning. Yet another possiblity is the battery isn't holding enough of a charge to power on the phone.
It is quite simple for you to know whether your Nokia is charged or nor. See whether there is tip when you charge your phone. when your phone is charging, see the battery image on your phone is jumping or not. If your phone charge is full, there are tips for you to stop charging.
Yes...only if you have something wrong with th electricity or the phone...
The phone itself will not be damaged. Once the charge is completed it will stop charging the phone. It can damage the battery though. If your phone is only half way down on the battery and you plug it in, the phone retains that memory. Once in a while it really doesn't matter but if you are constantly charging your phone every day when the battery isn't in real need of it, eventually the battery… Read More
If you're asking about the car battery, the practical answer is "No."; the drain on the car battery would be negligible. The current used would be significantly less than 1 of your interior dome lights while the phone is charging, and once the phone is fully charged it (and the charger) would consume even less. If you're asking about the phone's battery, the only effect would be a charged battery. The process does not promote… Read More
depends on what kinda phone ur talking about. In a basic phone you can usually just snap the back of the plastic off, and the battery will be right there.
Possible items to consider: - the charger is not plugged in, - the phone battery is old and no longer accepts a charge, - the batteries are installed backwards.
Yes, you can charge your iPhone when it has a good amount of battery. However, you should avoid charging the phone until it is low in battery, to prolong the battery life.
Yes. There's no 100% efficient method of charging a battery.
You unlock a new phone by charging the battery for 3 hours. and then you press & hold the ON / OFF button and the screen appears automatically.
Your phone might need charging, or it is broken. If you open the back of you phone, you might find a battery inside, that might need to be changed.
yes; if you leave a phone plugged in for too long, then the battery begins to overheat and will ultimately lose its life, thus giving you a shorter battery life.
It probably needs a new battery. When you start charging a phone that is still half charged it takes a small bit of capacity out of the battery. Take it to the dealers and have them look at it.
u can use a solar charging battery which is free in Singapore
a charger for the battery is provided along with the car it almost same as charging your mobile phone
The cellphone battery works like any other rechargeable battery. The specification means that it has to small, lightweight and have a good capacity. Modern phones mostly use Li-ion batteries. These are Lithium ion, which although being expensive, provide the right specification. Made up of several cells, joined in a flat package. Charging correctly needs careful monitoring and current regulation. This is all taken care of by circuitry inside the phone. A temperature probe is also… Read More
Putting your phone in the sun is a misuse. Over charging your phone even when the battery is full. Making calls by a fuel station is a misuse. Putting your phone inside water is a misuse. Putting your phone on a gas cooker is a misuse. Making calls while your phone is charging is a misuse. Using your phone until the batery drain out is a misuse.
All rechargeable batteries such as cell phones, cordless phones, laptop computers, etc., need to be allowed to fully discharge and then recharge to full power to prevent them from acquiring a "memory". If they are always kept at full charge, then it will actually shorten the battery life, making the time between re-charging shorter.
bad battery it wount take a charge so you might of dmaged it or it blew
I have the same problem with that phone try asking for a new battery or get a new charger thats what im going to do or i might just get a new phone
The battery may be dead or simply might have been ruined by a drop or other accidental damage. Try charging the battery first before trying other methods of reviving your phone.
it is not recommended to use your cell phone when charging, this could cause the circuits to short. Ideally you should charge your battery when your phone is turned off
by talking less to his girlfriends
it is broken, if this happens, contact verison, or sprint, or whatever your phone's company is, you know what i mean.
How much will it cost you on your electric bill to leave your cell phone cord plugged in without the phone?
if u are talking about ur phone charger , it doesn't consume very much electricity even when you are charging your phone it consumes very very few electricity but in order to keep your charger u must unplug it as long as u r not charging your phone
If I misplaced my cell phone while it was of of battery could AT and T turn it back on so I could call it to find it?
No, your carrier cannot remotely turn your cell phone on or off. Even if they could, they would not be able to do so if the battery is dead - only charging or changing the battery will help with that.
I have seen cell phone batteries with solar cells in them, but not in a while. So solar powered phones exist. There is also a pocket-sized product called Solio which opens up into a fan of solar panels and contains a backup battery and power charging cords for cellphones. You just have to remember to leave it in the sun while talking on the phone, since there probably isn't much sunlight in your pocket. (It… Read More
If you are talking about a lead/acid battery, the causes are either sulphation of the lead plates, or shorted plates, which in either case requires replacement of the battery. In the case of NiCad or NmH, the battery may have developed a "memory" in which case you should run the battery all the way down and recharge a few times. Because when its charging the charger gives it energy and when you use the system,phone… Read More
Well, try charging the battery first. If that doesn't work, bring it in to an Apple store. You'll probably need to get a new battery, hopefully not a new phone.
If a cell 'phone is switched on the battery is being discharged.
If your referring to a mobile phone it usually because the battery needs charging. For land lines it usually a physical dissconnection. Broken line or switch on the POTS network.
theres a possibility you can die anyway, as the radio waves can mess up your head :D