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Charger on GS4 to M8?

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25th April 2014, 03:09 PM   |  #1  
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My GS4 charger has 2A, while the M8 has only 1.5a, can i use the S4 charger on my M8? Is it gonna hurt my phone battery? Will it effect the longevity of the battery?
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My m8 charger is 1.5A

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My GS4 charger has 2A, while the M8 has only 1A, can i use the S4 charger on my M8? Is it gonna hurt my phone battery? Will it effect the longevity of the battery?

As long as both chargers have 5V it shouldn't hurt your phone
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My m8 charger is 1.5A

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Yup mine as well, i double checked
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As long as both chargers have 5V it shouldn't hurt your phone

They both have 5v
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No, it'll just charge is faster. As mentioned, it's the voltage that's important.



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