5,604,292 Members 49,122 Now Online
XDA Developers Android and Mobile Development Forum

Charging, 1A, 1.5A, 2A?

Tip us?
 
krugm0f0
Old
#1  
krugm0f0's Avatar
Senior Member - OP
Thanks Meter 47
Posts: 345
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Tromsψ

 
DONATE TO ME
Default Charging, 1A, 1.5A, 2A?

So, I got this USB charging hub which connects directly to the wall socket. It outputs 0.8A on two sockets, 1A also on two sockets, 1.5A and 2A.

Click image for larger version

Name:	1389306867542.jpg
Views:	417
Size:	65.0 KB
ID:	2505306

What will my HTC One prefer? On stock rom 0.8A gives you a slow charging warning, 1A is same as stock charger. Will 1.5A or 2A do any harm, or just charge my battery a lot faster?

Anyone?

Sent from XDA Premium, using my HTC KitKat One.
WHAT DOES THE FOX SAY??!


• HTC One Silver 4.4.2 KK ARHD GE (S-OFF & SuperCID) • Sony SmartWatch 2 Black Metal (forum) • Sony Xperia Z Ultra 6.4" 4.3 JB • Asus Transformer Infinity TF700T 32GB 4.2.1 JB + keyboard dock • HTC Sensation 4.2.2 JB (S-OFF & SuperCID) • Sony Xperia Arc LT18i 4.0.3 ICS • Asus Transformer TF101 32GB 4.0.3 ICS •
 
BenPope
Old
#2  
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 787
Posts: 3,163
Join Date: Dec 2007
Quote:
Originally Posted by krugm0f0 View Post
Will 1.5A or 2A do any harm, or just charge my battery a lot faster?
Neither.

It will still draw up to 1A whilst charging.
 
krugm0f0
Old
#3  
krugm0f0's Avatar
Senior Member - OP
Thanks Meter 47
Posts: 345
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Tromsψ

 
DONATE TO ME
Quote:
Originally Posted by BenPope View Post
Neither.

It will still draw up to 1A whilst charging.
So it's limited to 1A when charging?
WHAT DOES THE FOX SAY??!


• HTC One Silver 4.4.2 KK ARHD GE (S-OFF & SuperCID) • Sony SmartWatch 2 Black Metal (forum) • Sony Xperia Z Ultra 6.4" 4.3 JB • Asus Transformer Infinity TF700T 32GB 4.2.1 JB + keyboard dock • HTC Sensation 4.2.2 JB (S-OFF & SuperCID) • Sony Xperia Arc LT18i 4.0.3 ICS • Asus Transformer TF101 32GB 4.0.3 ICS •
 
nkk71
Old
#4  
nkk71's Avatar
Recognized Contributor
Thanks Meter 2116
Posts: 4,354
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Beirut
Quote:
Originally Posted by krugm0f0 View Post
So it's limited to 1A when charging?
check this thread, in particular post #6: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2392522
 
krugm0f0
Old
#5  
krugm0f0's Avatar
Senior Member - OP
Thanks Meter 47
Posts: 345
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Tromsψ

 
DONATE TO ME
Quote:
Originally Posted by nkk71 View Post
check this thread, in particular post #6: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2392522
Thanks a dozen, so it doesn't matter what Ampere I use as long as it's 500mA++ though seeing 800mA giving "slow charge" notification in sense, I'd go with at least 1A
WHAT DOES THE FOX SAY??!


• HTC One Silver 4.4.2 KK ARHD GE (S-OFF & SuperCID) • Sony SmartWatch 2 Black Metal (forum) • Sony Xperia Z Ultra 6.4" 4.3 JB • Asus Transformer Infinity TF700T 32GB 4.2.1 JB + keyboard dock • HTC Sensation 4.2.2 JB (S-OFF & SuperCID) • Sony Xperia Arc LT18i 4.0.3 ICS • Asus Transformer TF101 32GB 4.0.3 ICS •
 
nkk71
Old
#6  
nkk71's Avatar
Recognized Contributor
Thanks Meter 2116
Posts: 4,354
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Beirut
Quote:
Originally Posted by krugm0f0 View Post
Thanks a dozen, so it doesn't matter what Ampere I use as long as it's 500mA++ though seeing 800mA giving "slow charge" notification in sense, I'd go with at least 1A
mine are all 1+ (even though I'm using old chargers too, but the lowest is 1A), and never get a "slow charge" notification, so yep recommend to go with 1+ chargers.
Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes


XDA PORTAL POSTS

Leak Points to Windows Start Menu’s Return as Soon as August

About a month ago at this year’s Build conference, Microsoft … more

Wearables Walkthrough: Tasker on the Samsung Galaxy Gear – XDA Developer TV

The future certainly looks like it is full of wearables. … more

WinDroid HTC Toolkit Lets You Root, Unlock, and Flash ROMs on Various HTC Devices

Plenty of users nowadays have more than one mobile device. … more

When Using GitHub, Don’t Skimp on Commit History

GitHub has become the epicenter of most open source development work that is posted … more