Originally Posted by itsjusttim
True, doesn't charge faster from the wall, but will when plugged into a USB 3.0 port on a computer when compared to USB 2.0 port.
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I tested this, and it seems to charge at the same rate in a USB 3.0 port, plus it stopped charging after a few minutes. The port is a PCI Express card from Rocketfish.
Now I'm starting to doubt the accuracy of the app or my understanding of what it does.
It's Galaxy Charging Current Lite. If I launch it while my battery is charged to about 80% it says 460. If I come back & refresh the view when it is charged to 97-98% it says 1800. Why would the rate start slow then speed up as the battery fills, shouldn't it be the other way around?
A few weeks ago I used another app to check charging rates of my Nexus 4 with different cables & chargers, and this app seems to be very different. I guess I need to try to figure out which battery checking app it was.
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