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Old 10-04-2012, 04:53 PM   #8
jswinden
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I wouldn't. Li Ion and Li Polymer batteries really shouldn't be drained all the way to zero. I doubt the Kindle would allow that anyway as most devices will shutdown before then to prevent damage. Since these newer batteries don't have the memory problems of the older nickle based batteries, it isn't necessary to do that drain thing anyway, unless you have a stupid Android device which cannot seem to keep its battery memory in order.
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