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By EddyOS, Recognized Contributor on 3rd April 2014, 01:55 PM
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7th May 2014, 11:54 PM |#31  
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Not sure how you folks are using a note 3 charger when it's usb 3.0. The note 3 charged up in 2 hours or so while the m8 takes 4+. I'd say it's due to the added power for the usb 3.0 cable?

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7th May 2014, 11:58 PM |#32  
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Not sure how you folks are using a note 3 charger when it's usb 3.0. The note 3 charged up in 2 hours or so while the m8 takes 4+. I'd say it's due to the added power for the usb 3.0 cable?

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dont be so dumb. use Note 3 charger when using HTC USB cable another thing use 1.5A or 2.0A rated chargers and nothing more than that because it will be useless.
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dont be so dumb. use Note 3 charger when using HTC USB cable another thing use 1.5A or 2.0A rated chargers and nothing more than that because it will be useless.

Glad to see there are still a$$ holes on this forum.
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Glad to see there are still a$$ holes on this forum.

LOL. I mean....Come on man. When was the last time you saw a cable where the cable was not separate?
8th May 2014, 03:30 AM |#35  
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If i use an iphone charger charge fast or not ?

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Slightly slower then the stock HTC One.. one.



iPhone charger outputs 1amp. Stock HTC outputs 1.5amps.


Though the difference might not be that noticeable.

Tablet (or some Phablets) chargers usually output 2amps. That would make a difference to the charge time.

However, most chargers are 5v. To take full advantage of quick charge 2.0 it requires a specially made charger which delivers 9volts / 2amps.


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9th May 2014, 04:25 AM |#36  
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12th May 2014, 09:05 PM |#37  
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So what's the deal guys. Is it safe to use the Samsung charger?

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That's the 2.0amp one right? It heats the phone up but it charges really fast. Is that ok to use?

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So what's the deal guys. Is it safe to use the Samsung charger?

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---------- Post added at 01:35 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:09 AM ----------

That's the 2.0amp one right? It heats the phone up but it charges really fast. Is that ok to use?

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You can safely use a 2A or 2.1A charger. Technically you will charge a bit faster, but it probably won't be terribly noticeable.
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What about the heating bit? Is that ok?

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What about the heating bit? Is that ok?

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As long as it's not hot enough to fry an egg on, honestly, you'll be fine.

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