[Q] Charger

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By Flaff!, Member on 19th May 2014, 11:43 AM
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I've been wondering what's the difference between chargers. My previous S2 charger had about 0,7A output and when it was connected the screen was unresponsive.
Now I have 1A output charger and the screen is just a little less responsive, on other phone it makes touch pointer "jiggle" left and right.
How does the difference affect the phones?
19th May 2014, 02:00 PM |#2  
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From my personal experience, I found that my phone acts a little crazy and unresponsive when I put it on charge. Though it acts normal when it is being USB charged. I guess the difference is because of the difference in charging current it draws in both the modes.
Normal charging draws 650 ma, which sometimes causes CPU to be less responsive to avoid overheating of the system. It doesnt happen to all the phones but it surely happens to a lot of them as I found multiple posts regarding it on this forum.
USB charging, however, draws only 500 ma and hence the system is stable.
All the information here is gathered from multiple posts/threads.
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11th May 2015, 10:07 PM |#3  
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hello, sorry for bumping the post but someone may find this info handy. The lagginess is completely gone while charging with my 2A 5V charger bought for dimes and its charging freakingly fast. Also I got 2000mAh battery if it changes anything.
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