Prevent overcharging (in the backgroud)

samsung galaxy s6
android 7

I had an app (I forget the name) that had too much clicking. All the time telling me I have this app. I think I had to interact with the app every time I touched the phone.

I would like an app that works in the background to prevent battery overcharging.
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EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
There an app called BatteryChargeLimit that will do what you want.

It's described here (including phone compatibility info) ....
Shaun VermaakTechnical Specialist/DeveloperCommented:
I used GO Battery Pro which is made by the same company that makes GO launcher.
It provides various charging modes too.

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rgb192Author Commented:
I chose
go battery pro

I turned off all the notifications I could find

I am not sure this app prevents overcharging

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Jackie ManCommented:
What do you mean by overcharging?

When the battery is fully charged, the circuit board of your smartphone will stop the charging current going into your battery and there will be no overcharge.
rgb192Author Commented:
When the battery is fully charged, the circuit board of your smartphone will stop the charging current going into your battery and there will be no overcharge.

So this phone can not have an enlarged battery?
Or charging does not lower disconnected (from outlet) battery life
rgb192Author Commented:
I had a older phone
Samsung galaxy 3 which had enlarged battery.
galaxy 6 fixed this problem?
Did iPhone fix this problem also?

I still can not tell if app stops charging
There is
stage charging
rgb192Author Commented:

Around the same time I installed this app
I have adware
rgb192Author Commented:
I used go battery pro

I am not sure if it prevented overcharging but it was not too annoying

Thank you.
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