Originally Posted by ThE_DeamoN
Not agreed here.
500mA for usb is "safety" value. I have a usb hub(without external power) with 3 externall 2.5" hard drives, each one consume about 450mA. How can you explain this? Possible maximum for single usb port is 2A.
Second: li-ion/li-pol batteries is not charged by constant current/constant voltage method. They using PWM current . If you supply them with DC directly, batteries just blow like a firecracker(my bad experience)
Good to know. I was thinking of charging my phone from a battery-car rectifier, see if that charges it in less than 10 minutes. Just kidding :P
Try this, guys.
Set the screen to 100%. Turn on the Wi-Fi (connect to a network, obviously). Set the CPU to max 1.51. Start playing a game. Connect the charger.
Use Battery Monitor Widget Pro to monitor the current input; you'll see it's discharging, not charging.
I've done that... and the charger was of 1A, so it should have been providing enough current. Back on the Desire / HD, I could play games & set everything on max and it would still charge. Guess these two cores just eat too much juice
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