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hey so i just got new note and i was wondering how to charge it? same way like a cell phone run battery all the way to 5% or so and then charge it for 8 hours? or i can put it on charge rite now?
 
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hey so i just got new note and i was wondering how to charge it? same way like a cell phone run battery all the way to 5% or so and then charge it for 8 hours? or i can put it on charge rite now?
Yeah go for it.

Lithium batteries are completely different. Charge your tablet before 30% mark up until atleast 80%. No harm in doing top ups i.e. charging from 70% to 95% or whatever just dont let battery drop below 30% as this will increase battery life. Also another thing they say once a month charge from 5% to 100% just to ensure correct calibration of the battery. Theres loads of content on google about this (even here on XDA) just have a quick read will help keep your battery in top order for longer.

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Yeah go for it.

Lithium batteries are completely different. Charge your tablet before 30% mark up until atleast 80%. No harm in doing top ups i.e. charging from 70% to 95% or whatever just dont let battery drop below 30% as this will increase battery life. Also another thing they say once a month charge from 5% to 100% just to ensure correct calibration of the battery. Theres loads of content on google about this (even here on XDA) just have a quick read will help keep your battery in top order for longer.

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