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17th April 2012, 12:56 PM |#1  
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My battery charger's pins are not in proper place.I mean they are bent down.so I don't think it has much longer life =( where can I buy an original charger?? Online I mean

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20th April 2012, 02:23 PM |#2  
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Try to find an original samsung charger those are smaller and much better... I had the same problem, and the charger just stopped in the end... put my mom to buy me a galaxy s charger, I get a stupid giganto-charger... buy it charges cool


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20th April 2012, 08:01 PM |#3  
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basicly any charger that gives out 5v with atleast ~500mA is good for you, there are some cheap ones with a miniusb jack at the end, you can get an adapter for pennys that will transform miniusb into microusb. But a samsung charger is a cheap and durable option, tho you can look for an original LG one or HTC one that has a detachable data cable via a standard USB jack. I whould try to find one at any of your local phone retailers, pc shops.
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basicly any charger that gives out 5v with atleast ~500mA is good for you, there are some cheap ones with a miniusb jack at the end, you can get an adapter for pennys that will transform miniusb into microusb. But a samsung charger is a cheap and durable option, tho you can look for an original LG one or HTC one that has a detachable data cable via a standard USB jack. I whould try to find one at any of your local phone retailers, pc shops.

NOT 5V!!!! It must be 3.7V


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22nd April 2012, 07:22 AM |#5  
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NOT 5V!!!! It must be 3.7V


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You are lost buddy. The original LG charger of my O1 has an output of 5.1V and 0.7A. You need a higher voltage for a charge the the one of the battery. Id atach a picture of it but some ppl refuse to fix the camera on ICS
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You are lost buddy. The original LG charger of my O1 has an output of 5.1V and 0.7A. You need a higher voltage for a charge the the one of the battery. Id atach a picture of it but some ppl refuse to fix the camera on ICS

The battery has 3.7V writen on it same as my charger


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22nd April 2012, 01:45 PM |#7  
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The battery has 3.7V writen on it same as my charger


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charge flow occurs only if there is potential difference... from higher to lower potential... easy electrostatics
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