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I read somewhere that all the shaking messes up the camera after a while. What is your experience?

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I read somewhere that all the shaking messes up the camera after a while. What is your experience?

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Contact kwthom (forum member) I believe he has come up with a solution for this.
 
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You know.......... That's was a very good question!
I asked if keeping your battery charger on, when your phone battery was at 100%, would this overcharge the battery???????????????
 
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You know.......... That's was a very good question!
I asked if keeping your battery charger on, when your phone battery was at 100%, would this overcharge the battery???????????????
On an iPhone, from personal experience, keeping your charger connected after your battery is at full charge will not harm anything.

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First, I'll let you read the fine print NOTICE on this web page:


Yes, you can absolutely destroy a cell phone camera on a motorcycle. Been there, done that, got the bill for the repair, too.

When your cell phone camera starts being stupid, and you figure out it's NOT operator error, ask yourself 'how many hours of vibration has this experienced on a handlebar of a motorcycle?'
 

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Aha! Thanks for the warning!

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What I didn't mention was that my phone was Android, not iOS. Most models of high-end cell phone have similar, if not identical camera elements internally.

The magic is the software involved. If the hardware is messed up, the software has loads of fun trying to correct for those issues.
 
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First, I'll let you read the fine print NOTICE on this web page:


Yes, you can absolutely destroy a cell phone camera on a motorcycle. Been there, done that, got the bill for the repair, too.

When your cell phone camera starts being stupid, and you figure out it's NOT operator error, ask yourself 'how many hours of vibration has this experienced on a handlebar of a motorcycle?'
No vibration on my Gold Wing.

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