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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.

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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?

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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.
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Neither.

It will still draw up to 1A whilst charging.

So it's limited to 1A when charging?
10th January 2014, 11:59 AM |#4  
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So it's limited to 1A when charging?

check this thread, in particular post #6: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2392522
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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
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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.
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