Hi guys, I'm just wondering if I can use my Nexus 7's charger of 5V rating at 2A to speed up the charging time on my Nexus 4? Would doing this cause any problem for my Nexus 4's battery?
I was wondering how far the nexus 4 can be pushed concerning charging...
I noticed normal charger on AC mode goes 1.2A, if you use USB socket of your pc it only charges 0.5A.
What is the maximum of A that the Nexus 4's battery can go? In other words if I took a 2.1A charger How much of that would it actually use?
I have a Moto 360 I got from the Play Store and it has the latest update with the new watch faces. After 24 hours my 360 has 50% battery left on average.
I have the Moto 360 charger and the Nexus charger from the Play Store. I have noticed if I leave the 360 on the Nexus charger past when it reaches 100% battery life the charger stops charging but the 360's screen stays on.
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
I've just received a wireless charger as a gift, but it won't charge my Nexus 4 despite its indicator light turning on, and the Nexus 4 says "charging wireless". Still, it doesn't charge, the battery graph shows a power depletion just as if it were just lying on a desk.
The charger has the exact same dimensions as the Nexus 4, so I just placed it exactly on top.
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.
I'm charging my Nexus 4 with an AC wall charger with 1A voltage. I want to connect my 2.0A charger but I have been told this may cause battery problems. Is there any truth to that or is it safe to charge my phone with a stronger charger?
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.