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Nexus 5,7 USB OTG Current/Voltage Capability

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Lightbulb Nexus 5,7 USB OTG Current/Voltage Capability

http://imgur.com/a/XiSg3

This is a small album showing the current/voltage the USB OTG ports are capable of on the Nexus 5 and the 2013 Nexus 7. You could charge a Nexus 5 using a Nexus 7 faster than a standard USB port on a computer .


The 1st gen ipad ofcourse, is barely up to par.
 
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http://imgur.com/a/XiSg3

This is a small album showing the current/voltage the USB OTG ports are capable of on the Nexus 5 and the 2013 Nexus 7. You could charge a Nexus 5 using a Nexus 7 faster than a standard USB port on a computer .


The 1st gen ipad ofcourse, is barely up to par.
Good to know. Never seen the Charger Doctor....I think I'll be picking up one those. Thx.
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Good to know. Never seen the Charger Doctor....I think I'll be picking up one those. Thx.
Theyre quite cheap, less than 4$ off ebay. Ofcourse, since theyre from china, it will take quite some time.
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