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Is it a problem to leave it plugged in when not using


Tuesday 20th of November 2012 / justanswer.com
Is it a problem to leave it plugged in when not usingOptional Information: Type of Device: TabletModel: R7T40WWHF1What have you tried so far?: unplugging it once it was charged
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Best way to charge a Nexus 10 - Page 2


Tuesday 30th of April 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Originally Posted by paintdrinkingpete This past week I was on vacation and forgot to pack by N10 charger, but fortunately I had my old HTC Thunderbolt, so I was able to use that. What surprised me is that my N10 seemed to actually charge noticably faster using the old HTC charer (1A/5V) than it ever does using the charger that came with it (2A/5V). I'm not sure why, but considering I've always felt my N10 charged too slowly, I'm begining to wonder if the problem isn't with the stock charger, that may not be pumping out as much juice as advertised...now that I'm home I'm going to test them both out and track the charging rates with Battery Monitor. To answer the OP, I tend to follow this logic, and never had any problems: With today's newer batteries, general consenus seems to be that allowing your device to completely discharge isn't very good for it, but it really shouldn't matter what percentage you're at when you plug it in (no "memory" effects) nor should it matter if you leave it plugged in past a full charge (the kernel should stop drawing power from the ch
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Wake up, and freeze? - Page 3


Thursday 21st of June 2012 / androidtablets.net
I have always turned the A500 OFF. Since I received a docking station I leave it plugged in but only I can put the tablet into power save mode - using remote control that came with the docking station. I've set the A500 to stay ON when plugged in. At night I turn it OFF completely.I've never had a problem and the other 2 devices in the household are working fine. But you'll noticed that this problem relates to 3.0.1 and the problem appears not to have surfaced after 3.1 update.The freezing problem today is something to do with the boot loader running through its startup sequence too quickly before the MPU sensors have had time to go through their initialization stage - causing the screen locker/rotation error. The idea is to load another boot loader/launcher. The one I've got works fine. I received it in the OTA update to ICS. Many received a second boot loader update after the first boot into ICS and this is where the problem lays.
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