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    Could it be bad for the phone or the battery to repeatedly place it on and take it off the wireless charging plate? I use the plate as the default location to put my phone, regardless of whether the battery needs charging or not.

    I know these devices now can sense when it doesn't need charging and won't overcharge. However, I'm constantly doing this, e.g., check a text message, then put it back; forgot to look at something else, so I take it off, do whatever and put it back on the plate -- all in a matter of seconds -- all day long.

    Is this bad for the phone or the plate?
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    I hope not because I do the same thing. From what I know about these batteries it should be fine.
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    I do the same, shouldn't have a bad effect. Should be better even, since these batteries like small charges.
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