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So, I tried Faux, Aero, stock kernels and a few kernel tweaking applications but I can't seem to find it.

If anybody knows anything about it, tell me.

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So, I tried Faux, Aero, stock kernels and a few kernel tweaking applications but I can't seem to find it.

If anybody knows anything about it, tell me.

Thanks!
The moto g drain a lot of the battery,to charger in usb fast close all app and go running aplications and close all.
You will get a more faster charger but charger moto g out of pc is best opition.
 
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The moto g drain a lot of the battery,to charger in usb fast close all app and go running aplications and close all.
You will get a more faster charger but charger moto g out of pc is best opition.
Thanks for your help, but that isn't what i'm asking. There should be a option for fast charging via USB cable on custom kernels, but I can't seem to find it anywhere.

I need it because I don't have a charger at this moment.
 
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Thanks for your help, but that isn't what i'm asking. There should be a option for fast charging via USB cable on custom kernels, but I can't seem to find it anywhere.

I need it because I don't have a charger at this moment.
maybe if you use faux kernel and lower the clock and use an i / o and a govt that will probably save energy load faster.
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Doesnt the Moto G charge at 1.5A? What do you want to charge your phone at 50A ? Wow
 
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Fast Charge is supported and enabled. Use battery monitor widget and if you're getting more than 900mA/h pumped in, then it's enabled.

Anyway tho, this has become an industry standard nowadays on devices with batteries above 2000mAh.
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When I had a Nexus S, there was an option to enablele which said USB Fast charge. What it did is, it made it possible to charge your device fast like you're charging it via a power cord, only thing was, it would have been connected to a computer via USB. You couldn't transfer files or anything, but it would charge much faster. For those that don't have a charger, it's great, because your device is charged fast, like it was connected to the regular charger.

Thanks for your help, I will try to ask in the kernel threads.

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