TheNexus 7 charger has a 5V 2A charger while the HOX uses a 5V 1A. Could I use the nexus charger without damaging the battery or the phone ? Would it charge faster ?
I have a Nexus 7 factory-included charger and I was wondering if I could safely charge my Nexus 4 with it. Reading from the specs printed on the chargers, the N7 charger outputs 2.0A at 5.0V, while the N4 charger outputs 1.2A at 5.0V. If it's safe, would it affect the N4's battery longevity in the long term? Considering it would be charged with a higher current.
I'm very new to android and it's my first real smartphone but the battery is becoming a real nightmare!! I admit i use it intensif like whatsapp,internet all the time.
I discreased even the brightness to the minimum but still i charge my battery 2x a day!! Honestly i have a car charger,another home charger in my phone to charge it at my work and a charger at my home.
My phone charges fine when I plug it into a wall charger. However, when I try to plug it into a car charger the phone's charge light appears but the phone does not charge.
Why is the phone not charging with a car charger?
Hey there, has anyone come across their HTC Desire going from charging in car without any worries to plugging in the car charger and the phone going into car mode. It simply will not charge any more in the car, just goes into car mode. It is not the charger as I have used the same charger with other phones in the same car and they charge fine in car.
I had my nexus for a few months now and the charger cable is now broken, it charges still kinda.... But I have tried other cables they either don't even charge or take more than a day to charge my nexus. Did anyone else charger cable break easily or is it just me? And do you guys know where I can get another one from?
SO I am thinking of building my own charger for the Nexus 10 (for personal use only, not to sell). I am thinking of using a 5v PSU that puts out 6 amps (30 watts). I would be wiring the USB cable into the outputs of the PSU for connection to the tablet. Does anyone know if this would be safe to do for charging?