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Posted 3/29/16 , edited 3/29/16
This reminds me on a related matter, I have to recycle a couple of old phones I will never use again - each of which has the battery removed. I think most providers have a program to recycle so rather than have these sit in a box. I would hate to have something happen with the batteries in storage.
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It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to.

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I am using my phone right now to finish restoring it to a previous state after having to reset it 3 times. As for some of those incidents listed on that website, you should never, never, never use any type of electronics plugged in while taking a bath/shower. Even then you shouldn't be using your phone there since water will damage the components. That and only use official chargers (or at least official chargers from another company).

Also if you think the radiation that emits from your phone may kill you, I suggest stepping away from as many electronics as possible and probably rethink about getting that MRI/X-Ray.
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Posted 3/29/16
I'd take the risk. I'm living on the edge
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That's why I try to keep everything separate from my phone. Charge my phone twice a week and it's 6 years old. Pockets are there for a reason.
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