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'm receiving a message each time I plug in my charger which says "Battery charges more quickly if you use original charger" and when powered down reads "The connected charger will take longer to charge. To charge faster, use the original charger and power cord." Further, even after charging an entire night, I only get a 75% charge.
I have a car charger (the charger has Input 12V - 24V, Output 5V 1A). When I plug the Note3 to the charger I see the small lightning icon inside the battery that tells me that the phone is charging. However, when the phone is on during the Map navigation, I can see that the battery still drains.
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.
so i recall that there was some discussion on this a while back, but i cannot seem to locate the thread that gave a definitive answer, so i wanted to pose the question again and i hope someone can assist:
i have an HTC charger from my old EVO, either the 4GLTE or the 3D and i used to use it as my travel charger.
I purchased my Nexus 10 in the United States, but currently reside in Korea. I accidentally left my wall charger at work today. I always charge my Nexus with the original wall charger plugged in to a power converter just to be safe. But now I'm wondering. I have a Korean USB to micro usb wall charger that I use to charge my phone. It has a DC 5.0V 1000mA charging capacity.