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Im searching for a 1.5a charger. Can you recommend a charger from another phone? I find it really hard to find one when ever i was asked what phone i have and when i said moto g, they just said no. Most of the time i see 2.0 or 2.1a i know moto g still support that but i read that it heats the phone. Thats why im searching for the max amp that moto suppprts. Pls reply from what phone do you use, like brand and phone model. Pls only 1.5a. Thanks.
 
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Im searching for a 1.5a charger. Can you recommend a charger from another phone? I find it really hard to find one when ever i was asked what phone i have and when i said moto g, they just said no. Most of the time i see 2.0 or 2.1a i know moto g still support that but i read that it heats the phone. Thats why im searching for the max amp that moto suppprts. Pls reply from what phone do you use, like brand and phone model. Pls only 1.5a. Thanks.
Just buy one of those 2amp chargers you've seen.Your phone has built-in circuitry that will limit the current to 1.5A anyway.In other words, your phone won't heat up more than, if you're using 1.5A charger.
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Actually there are some reports that uses 2.0a+ charger that heats up their phone.
 
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Just buy one of those 2amp chargers you've seen.Your phone has built-in circuitry that will limit the current to 1.5A anyway.In other words, your phone won't heat up more than, if you're using 1.5A charger.
I second that. I'm using a 2.1 A charger and the phone is not heting up during during the charge.
 
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Im searching for a 1.5a charger. Can you recommend a charger from another phone?
I found this one (it is not 1.5, but 1.2):

Nokia AC-10E
Input: 100-240V, 50-60Hz
Output: 5.0V, 1200mA


For my Moto G sometimes I use my mother's phone charger and it charges quite fast my phone. It is an HTC charger:

HTC TC E250
Input: 100-240V/200 mA
Output: 5V, 1A
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i use my old nokia E52's charger...output is 1200mA (1.2 A)..charge fast and haven't faced any issue yet

you may go and grab one of nokia's charger in my opinion
 
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S3 stock charger 1 amp and s4 stock charger 2 amp .
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