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when adding new songs to the iPod you have to connect it to the computer, but in doing so it also charges the battery.. so do I wait until the iPod is dead? or just go ahead and do it whenever?? (wondering/worring about creating a memory battery life)

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when adding new songs to the iPod you have to connect it to the computer, but in doing so it also charges the battery.. so do I wait until the iPod is dead? or just go ahead and do it whenever?? (wondering/worring about creating a memory battery life)

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The batteries in iPods don't have a memory like older Nicd batteries do. You can charge it whenever.

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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but it does have a limit recharge though or is that no true (according to the manual I read )
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but it does have a limit recharge though or is that no true (according to the manual I read )
Yes, it will stop charging when it is finished.

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