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16th May 2012, 04:41 AM   |  #21  
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The charge time from 0 to 100 was 2hrs 20 min.. (RUU 1.28)..
16th May 2012, 06:46 AM   |  #22  
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Stock wall adapter that came with the phone:

3 hours max. And right after charging with it, have the phone on idle for 8 hours or so, phone would still indicate that the battery is at 100%.


After market china brand adapter or original Samsung adapter:

4 hours ish. Drops to 99%, 98% after 10 minutes or so on idle.


Any idea why does it behave like that?
16th May 2012, 08:27 AM   |  #23  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dorianmayers

the specification on both chargers is:

+/- 5v 1amp

so even if there is a difference in sockets both still list 1amp. so why do i only get under 400(386)mAh at home and just under 900(895)mAh at school?

Check if your phone detects both chargers as wall chargers. Settings -> Power it should say Charging (AC) when connected to mains.

Generic wall chargers don't work like this, because iDevices need non-standard method to trigger charging.

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20th May 2012, 06:02 PM   |  #24  
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Originally Posted by Presterin

Check if your phone detects both chargers as wall chargers. Settings -> Power it should say Charging (AC) when connected to mains.

Generic wall chargers don't work like this, because iDevices need non-standard method to trigger charging.

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both show charging - AC
20th May 2012, 06:17 PM   |  #25  
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Mine takes About 3 Hours, it also remains cool to touch.
The charge time has remained the same on all updates, i am on 1.29.401.11 now.
20th May 2012, 06:28 PM   |  #26  
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Also 3h here with standard htc charger. But I find that quite annoying since my desire hd only needed about 2h and it only had about 300mAh less (1500) battery capacity. For a device that needs to be charged more often than the average smartphone going from 2 to 3h really sucks.

Btw Im on 1.28
31st May 2012, 01:15 PM   |  #27  
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Charging dependent on cable?
Hi,

My HTC one X charges on my laptop faster than a specific Belkin wall charger I purchased.

I am inclined this could be due to the USB charging specification of the OneX after reading this review on Amazon.co.uk on a specific battery pack.

(since I'm new I cannot post a link, but it can be found on amazon.co.uk and searching for TeckNet® iEP387 7000mAh Dual-Port, review by Keith Dunnet)

Basically Keith Dunnet says that there are specific "USB dumb charger standards" or the spec named "Dedicated Charging Port". He states that per the spec, a USB device on a standard downstream port should not consume > 100mA unless it is enumerated and configured to do so; since this can't happen on a "dumb" charger, the shorting of D+ and D- signals to the device that it can assume it has a Dedicated Charging Port and go ahead and draw 1A if it wants.

So do we need "charging" only cables on non-HTC wall chargers to speed things up? Anyone any thoughts?
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Here 2h30m.

USB - 5h
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3h02 on AC charger
5h05 on USB charger

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7th June 2012, 03:13 PM   |  #30  
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Dude, what program do you use to see these things??

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Originally Posted by dorianmayers

Hello,
i own an htc one x and the charge time are usually around 3-4.5 hours. now granted many say their average charge time for this phone is about the same. but what bugs me is that i charge my phone with a 5v+/- 1 amp charger in a 110v 50hz socket.

i have an app that measures battery usage, charge times and the amount of mAh being used or stored @ a given time interval. now when i charge the phone through the 110v socket i get 386 mAh the max from the socket. where as at my school we use 220v sockets (i have both connectors for my phone) and i get easily 895 mAh reducing charge time to just over 2 hours. so my question is.

the specification on both chargers is:

+/- 5v 1amp

so even if there is a difference in sockets both still list 1amp. so why do i only get under 400(386)mAh at home and just under 900(895)mAh at school?

btw. noob. if im in the wrong section plz redirect me. only board that looks close to what i need


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