I accidentally plugged my Nexus 5 to my Note 10.1 (2014) 2.1A charger and noticed that my phone was pulling 1700 mah.
So the stock LG charger is actually "slow"?
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on 12/18/2013 – Made popular on 12/18/2013
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.
A user over at Android Central posted a picture he is alleging is the magnetic pogo charger for the Nexus 10. The user, known as jstevenkim, went on to say the charger will be available on Amazon and eBay within the next 10 days for around $19.95 to $24.99 USD. There’s no way of telling if this is legit (other than waiting 10 days to see what happens) but, like Mulder, I want to believe.
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.
When i have my device plugged in for charging it charges slowly and there is a message saying "slow charging, to charge faster use the original charger" I was wondering if anyone could help me with this since i am using the original charger that it came with. I have only had the phone 3 days but this is the first time this has happened.
Hear you before about Wireless Charger Charging Pad with 3 Transmitting Coils becasue now it is available in market and this pad specially design for only Qi-Enabled Phones and Tablets, In this charging pad three transmitting coils works together more than ordinary one, fully covering the wireless charger for full direction transmitting, make sure wherever you place your phone on it, the chargin
I started getting the message in my notifications "slow charging, to charge faster use orginal charger" or something similar, whenever I plug in my phone using the charger that came with my phone. This has been a problem for awhile now but I didn't decide to address it until now. Recently i noticed that whenever I plug in my verizon charger that I'm getting the same message.
I picked up the maxx today and I also picked up a qi charger from the Verizon store. Its the ghost 100 one that says droid on it. I love this phone but after leaving it on the wireless charger for about a half an hour, I noticed that both the charger and phone were scorching hot. Is this normal for wireless charging?
Hi everyone, and thanks in advance if you can help with my question,
Can anyone tell me if the new LG G3 have magnets which would work with the 2013 wireless charger?
I have a nexus 5, and love the way it grabs it with the magnets, and it means I can sit the charger vertically on my bedside table and the nexus 5 sticks to it brilliantly.
But the LG G3 looks like a monster, and the geek in me