Originally Posted by limache
So is it mophie's fault or htc's fault?
Also, is there anything wrong with using another micro-USB cable to charge the phone? Why does that message pop up about not using the stock charger? I didn't think that anything bad could happen to it.
I Would imangine that the fault falls under mophie's as they should've test it throughly.
Also its recommended that you use the charger it comes with because stock adapters/chargers provide the right amount of power to charge the phone. Sometimes A/C adapters (and USB cables) from other phones send out less or more juice then the phone needs. Less juice longer charge time, more juice fast charge times but ofcourse this coems with a risk because you can also damage your battery with lot more juice. For example its not recommended to use a Note 2/3 adapter with an Evo LTE cause it can possible short the battery. Me i only use the OEM charger HTC for HTC Phones Samsung for Samsung Phones Etc. unless im out and about then im using my external battery. Also from Personal Experiance with my Evo Lte it took longer to charger with the note 2 USB cable (Note 2 USB with HTC adapter) then it did with the HTC USB/adapter. I also have a wall outlet with one outlet and 2 USB ports also takes longer to charge having my HTC USB pluged in (i dunno why). so i charge using the HTC Charger (again unless im out and about then i use my external battery).
I Actually remember reading a few years back the samsung USB's would charge samsung phones perectly fine but charged other with less power. dunno how true that was.