From: Dan (dan_at_dbdigitalweb.com)
Date: Sun Jul 17 2005 - 08:03:22 PDT
> No need. The standard battery tray does not allow charging of the
> installed batteries.
> If fact it's a good idea to plug in the Newt before changing the
> batteries in the tray, that way the Newt thinks nothing has happened.
Just to clarify.....the only thing that happens is that the Newt will
reboot if it thinks the battery was dead (or removed in this case).
Doesn't make a difference if you do or don't other than prevent it from
needing to restart. I use a tray all the time as well, but I just
remove the batteries (first closing all open apps) and then replace
them. Yes it restarts but I do this every few days anyway. ;)
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