Stop Charging Your Phone at Night, Here's Why

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  • Published: 06 November 2019
  • It’s a basic thing – you want your phone fully charged in the morning so it’ll last through the entire day. And even with cutting-edge smartphones that can charge to max capacity in a matter of an hour, there’s no guarantee that you’ll remember to charge it in the morning while you’re in a sleepy daze.

    Advice to leave your phone unplugged during the night may seem risky. The worst fear here is that your phone will charge down while you sleep and won’t see the dawn of a new day to wake you up like you’re used to. But still, you can’t go against the word of science. Leaving your smartphone on a charger is bad for it.

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    Automatic switches don't solve the problem 1:20
    How to choose high-quality chargers and cables 2:12
    Is heat really bad for batteries? 3:32
    Fully depleting the charge 4:07
    A lazy battery effect 4:42
    Charging a phone with a sound 6:13
    Sodium instead of lithium? 6:33
    How about gold batteries? 7:15

    #phonebattery #charging #brightside

    SUMMARY:
    - Even though lithium-based batteries are rechargeable by nature, and made with this process in mind, they’re highly vulnerable to constant interactions with high voltage electricity, like in the outlets of your house.
    - There are automatic switches on your phone that’ll stop the charging process the very moment it reaches 100%. But when your phone naturally goes down to 99%, the charging will start all over again.
    - Good, high-quality chargers have special chips in them that prevent overcharging. So it’s advisable not to skimp on chargers – this way you won’t spend much more money on a new battery or entire smartphone too soon.
    - Overall, it’s always advisable to use good quality tech when it comes to something as expensive as smartphones these days.
    - Heat is bad for batteries. That’s why it’s so harmful to your phone if you leave it in a closed car in the middle of summer.
    - You’ve probably heard something about fully depleting the charge of your smartphone and then charging it to the maximum capacity. This is fair for devices from the past decade.
    - Any modern lithium-ion battery won’t get lazy like a cadmium based one, so you don’t have to worry about that.
    - Scientists and engineers promise that soon, we’ll have another kind of lithium-based battery that’ll be able to charge in a matter of minutes and last for more than one day.
    - One of their new ideas is to make battery chargers that can produce energy from a Wi-Fi signal.
    - And how about charging a phone with a sound? Using piezoelectric principals, tiny nanogenerators will be able to transform the surrounding sound to electric power. -
    - Scientists from Japan are in the middle of a decades-long study that will allow replacing lithium ion batteries with sodium.
    - Another idea is to use literal sand in batteries. Not quite literal though, as this battery will use silicon – the main component of the sand.
    - But for now, the best course of action is to use good quality charging equipment, keep your smartphone out of the heat, and most importantly, keep the charge in it between 30% and 90%.

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Comments • 5 076

  • BRIGHT SIDE
    BRIGHT SIDE   1 weeks back

    Hey guys! How often do you charge your phone? ☎️

  • Gacha Darius
    Gacha Darius  5 less than a minute back

    You said is ok to charge at night but now its not lol

    • E. H. Poh
      E. H. Poh  17 minutes back

      I know that some batteries when used a long time their voltage increase and the amperage drop design a actual intelligence transformer too reduce voltage and convert it into amperage thus making the parameters nominal

      • Brett H
        Brett H  18 minutes back

        by the time the battery is stuffed it'll be time for a new phone anyway.. I usually update every couple of years, so battery life is not really that important.

        • Turtle Gamer
          Turtle Gamer  27 minutes back

          I bet he still charges his phone at night

          • MR BIG STUFF
            MR BIG STUFF  28 minutes back

            Sponsored by Apple by any chance?

            • Tyler
              Tyler  40 minutes back

              If you want an unlimited battery 👍🏻

              • Jlon Graham
                Jlon Graham  57 minutes back

                Yeah that's why phones have battery optimization & learns your charging patterns also your sleeping so that it doesn't charge no higher than around 80 percent abs starts back charging when you're about to wake up

                • Why Why
                  Why Why  58 minutes back

                  this video is one big lie after another .. all phones have have a BMS

                  • Bradley Casady
                    Bradley Casady  1 hours back

                    No more Ad's YouTube

                    • Toby Funk
                      Toby Funk  1 hours back

                      What heats up your phone is leaving it on 24/7. Turn it off and charge it over night. I've had the same phone for almost 7 years that I paid 100 bones for. I know people that go through $500 I phones every 1-2 years. I'll stick to what I've been doing. This has to be one of the dumbest misinformed videos ever made.

                      • W.D Gaster
                        W.D Gaster  1 hours back

                        What they said: don't charge at night
                        What i think about: DON'T MINE AT NIGHT

                        • Noomz Owo
                          Noomz Owo  1 hours back

                          Video: don’t charge your phone at night you could die
                          Me: no I don’t think I will

                          • Opinión
                            Opinión  2 hours back

                            *Stop making videos, here's why.*

                            • ZAK’s car and Plane show

                              I have a wireless charger.

                              • Pete groom
                                Pete groom  2 hours back

                                :P

                                • AwesomerG19
                                  AwesomerG19  3 hours back

                                  Mhmmmmm.... When we are asleep. We don't charge.Because it can overheat and!
                                  Well die :(

                                  • Sitposter
                                    Sitposter  3 hours back

                                    Blatant lies. Phones get 5v from the wall through your power brick, no high voltage. Phones will shut off charging to the battery after it gets fully charged and will use power from the wall as to not discharge the lithium cell

                                    • Toni hatakka
                                      Toni hatakka  3 hours back

                                      i have had the same phone for the last four years and it is perfectly fine even though i have charged it many times in the night

                                      • WHO IS SERAFIN
                                        WHO IS SERAFIN  3 hours back

                                        Been doing this for over a decade and no battery issues keeping my phones a average 3 to 4 years

                                        • abc def
                                          abc def  3 hours back

                                          Night is the only time I can charge my phone, so don't tell me to not charge my phone.

                                          • Raynaldo
                                            Raynaldo  3 hours back

                                            Whats that? Your supposed to unplug your phone ?
                                            Ahhh now I now why its called mobile ! Very clever 😨

                                            • Wet Vision
                                              Wet Vision  3 hours back

                                              The iPhone is regulated and trickle charged and ages the battery less because when you go through full cycles

                                              • Wet Vision
                                                Wet Vision  3 hours back

                                                An iPhone should be charged at night

                                                • Wilbycat48
                                                  Wilbycat48  4 hours back

                                                  i charge my phone every day 'cause it lasts about 1 hour screen on and takes 1 and a half hours to charge

                                                  • Abdul majid M,Macabangon

                                                    How many people says fake
                                                    👇🏼

                                                    • nightmare in action
                                                      nightmare in action  4 hours back

                                                      this is BS most phones have protection against battery getting overcharged once it reaches 4.2v it shuts power to it and most phones use power from the power brick meanwhile it's still plugged in

                                                      • Love AndLight
                                                        Love AndLight  4 hours back

                                                        this is bull!!!
                                                        because ive done it for years had a phone for 8 years never had a problem. battery last longer when u charge at night.
                                                        this look like a promotion to sell batteries .

                                                        • Beyblade galaxy
                                                          Beyblade galaxy  4 hours back

                                                          my phone is heat prof when its to a 100% it can't overheat
                                                          👇
                                                          👇 like if you agree

                                                          • ShadoW killeR
                                                            ShadoW killeR  4 hours back

                                                            my power bank charges phone up to 99% and then it stops

                                                            • Richard Simmons
                                                              Richard Simmons  5 hours back

                                                              WOW Great info. I have a couple of drones and there are similar instructions on use But as these are often tored it is recommended to store them around 40-60% of charge.
                                                              Friend leave there Laptops on charge all the time - and I say its wrong
                                                              Now I have proof
                                                              GREAT VIDEO
                                                              Thanks

                                                              • James Dean
                                                                James Dean  5 hours back

                                                                Another video with 20 seconds max of actual content.

                                                                • Thereisnosp00000n
                                                                  Thereisnosp00000n  5 hours back

                                                                  I've read that lithium ion batteries used regularly (as in phones and laptops) should be fully depleted and charged up fully once per month to maximize their life span. Is there any truth to this?

                                                                  • Cade Naidu
                                                                    Cade Naidu  5 hours back

                                                                    Who noticed the psp s in the biggining when he was saying all the fone uses

                                                                    • Skott
                                                                      Skott  5 hours back

                                                                      I use a trickle charger for over night charging. Charges really slowly, 5 hours to full charge.

                                                                      • Amber Lee
                                                                        Amber Lee  5 hours back

                                                                        Like, who doesn't know that? Many people here in the Philippines have lost their heads or brains because of that.

                                                                        • Govindaraj Thanikasalam

                                                                          Well my charger burned when I charged my laptop at night plus I was using it so my charger burned and nearly schoked me

                                                                          • Julian Gerber
                                                                            Julian Gerber  6 hours back

                                                                            As an electronics engineer and lithium-ion battery expert I can say you can safely ignore all advice in this clip. Modern cell phones have extremely good battery management. The only thing I do differently is to use the slowest / least powerful charger I can find so that my battery charges slowly at night, thus reducing cycling wear. This is typically the 500mA available from the slower/older usb chargers and sockets. I also avoid excessive heat for prolonged periods to reduce calendar aging. My Samsung S4 is around 6 years and the original battery is still in good shape.

                                                                            • mynameisNOTdrizz
                                                                              mynameisNOTdrizz  6 hours back

                                                                              What a about a iPad ?????????????

                                                                              • Miner Noob
                                                                                Miner Noob  6 hours back

                                                                                You guys cant tell me what to do ur not my mom

                                                                                • hunter seltenrich
                                                                                  hunter seltenrich  6 hours back

                                                                                  Ok boomer

                                                                                  • Cynthia Cayaga
                                                                                    Cynthia Cayaga  6 hours back

                                                                                    No i dont want

                                                                                    • Keith Newberry
                                                                                      Keith Newberry  6 hours back

                                                                                      or...buy a phone with a removable battery

                                                                                      • Mclarenkid137 YT
                                                                                        Mclarenkid137 YT  6 hours back

                                                                                        My tablet lastes more than 1 day it lasts like 4 days

                                                                                        • 고재민
                                                                                          고재민  6 hours back

                                                                                          You really think phone companies haven't thought about this before? Almost all phones stop taking in a charge after reaching 100% anyways, so it doesn't matter when or how long you charge it.

                                                                                          • ML ThugLife
                                                                                            ML ThugLife  6 hours back

                                                                                            Because when battery goes *OVERCHARGE* they will BOOM LIKE ATOMIC BOMB

                                                                                            • Arsenio Allison
                                                                                              Arsenio Allison  6 hours back

                                                                                              Most of this information is only worth your time if you keep a phone for 4+ years. So charge your phone all night it doesn't make your battery life bad as much as you are from using your phone all the time.

                                                                                              • NoFacedGoldfish
                                                                                                NoFacedGoldfish  7 hours back

                                                                                                2.8k people are too ignorant to take advice.