- Is it okay to plug my Droidx into a AC wall charger or a car charger when battery is still 70-90% charged?
- Do Droidx batteries have the “trainable” memory feature like other rechargeable batteries?
- Is it best to allow Droidx batteries drain down to 15% remaining before re-charging?
- Does a “down-to-15%” battery level help or hinder Droidx batteries maintain their full potential?
I cannot be phone-less duing our wilderness trips. I don't always have access to the truck for charging my phone, and we don't run the generator every day which powers up the plugs inside the trailer.
I would rather charge my Droidx at every opportunity, but don’t want to “train” my battery to accept shallower and shallower charges
We have network connection, no problem…but without “juice”…a network connection is useless. I’ve had two batteries since purchasing my Droidx, and recently invested in another extended battery.
I try to power down all unnecessary features when we’re off-the-grid…but I’m still frustrated when that 15% warning pops up. Bah! I admit, I’m using my Droidx more and more as time passes.