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You can either charge it by connecting it with a usb lead to your computer (which takes ages) or by plugging in a mini-USB style charger, which come with many mobile phones.

While it is charging, the battery indicator will animate, with the battery contents moving, as if the battery is 'filling', much like a mobile phone does. When the charge is complete the animation will stop, and the battery indicator will simply look full.

If you are charging through your computer the indicator will be in the top right of the screen. If you are using a charger the whole screen background will be black, with a large battery in the middle, and nothing else on the screen.

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