[Q] How to avoid spoiling the battery vía USB (while developing)?
I'm a newbie in Android developing. I prefer develop directly to the phone to use the emulator.
I started my first proof of concept with my HTC Desire and ADT.
And I noticed that I it spoiled battery due to the continuous charging, usb pluging and unpluging
I know that Li-Ion batteries are supposed not to be damaged by that (but I felt the oposite).
Now, I've a Samsung Galaxy S3, and I would like to continue developing.
But I'm worried about the battery.
I've thought about by a cheap chinese one to use on these cases, but I'm not very sure if it's a good idea. (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1266553
It would be great, if it were possible to use my Galaxy S3 connected to PC via USB removing the battery. (but I haven't found the way)
Is it better to connect when the battery is 100% charged, or when it's charging?