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Best USB Replacement USB Cable for N7100

16th July 2014, 06:59 AM |#21  
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I got two mediabridge ones. They feel durable, but they are crap. Broke within a month. The male end that goes into the phone bends really really easily.

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I actually like the stock Samsung cable. It charges my phone quite quickly (2 Amp) and the microUSB head fits quite nicely, even with a ZeroLemon case on
28th July 2014, 11:21 AM |#23  
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Originally Posted by zaydvath

My original usb cable has lost its performance to charge my galaxy note.
Its current just 400mA (galaxy note normally need around 1800) . So it'll takes more time to charge.
As my experience with samsung device.
Samsung usb cable is easly lost its performance to charge.

I've tried :
blackberry gemini usb cable (400mA)
Galaxy tab usb cable (1100-1600mA)

So I'm planing to replace my usb cable with sony xperia z usb cable. (I don't know the current yet)
Anyone ever tried this usb cable?
Or do you have alternative suggestion?

How to know the cable mA????
28th July 2014, 11:27 AM |#24  
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How to know the cable mA????

There's an app for that: it's called Galaxy Charging Current

I personally find that the shorter and thicker the cable, the better the current.
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