Take Charge of Your Cell Phone Battery
» Charge it.Most batteries won't overcharge—you can leave the device plugged in overnight without a problem.
» Know the lifespan.Batteries only have 300 to 500 charges in them (a charge "counts" when there's less than half of the battery's life left). Once the battery no longer holds a charge (usually one to two years later), get a new one.
» Buy it right.If you're buying a replacement battery, make sure it says "cells from Japan," where they have the highest production standards. If it doesn't, you could be buying a battery that's improperly made and will overload and burn out! Replacement cell phone batteries cost between and .
Video: 14 Tips on How to Extend Your Phone’s Battery Life
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