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Old 05-26-2005, 11:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Last night i was charging my blackberry, then i had to do some emails and stuff on it, i unplugged it while just around 95-100% charge, but then i plugged it back in to make sure it had a full charge and it had the little lightning bolt indicator to say it was charging but after a while the lightning bolt went off. is this a normal thing to indicate a full charge just like with a cell phone? i've overcharged my berry past 100% before but i hadn't noticed this so i was just curious. maybe i just missed it before but i just wanna make sure this is normal. im such a noob lol.
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Default Yep that's normal...

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The lightning bolt will go away when it reaches full charge.

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Excellent. I guess i just never noticed when i overcharged it the first few times. Thanks.
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