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[Q] Part number for the D801 OEM travel adapter?

10th November 2013, 02:51 AM |#1  
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Could one of you fine folks that own the T-Mobile LG G2 please tell me the part number nad the amperage of the OEM Charging block that comes with it? I got a D802 and i want to get an american OEM LG charging brick and i can't find the part number nor the correct amps to narrow down which one i need. I guess a part number and amperage for the d800 would be fine also. Thanks so much in advance for any help with this.
 
 
10th November 2013, 04:24 AM |#2  
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Travel Adapter
Model: MCS-04WR2
Input: 100-240V~50/60Hz 0.3A(0,3A)
Output: 5.0V~1.8A
S/N: RA39020999
Made in China by SUNLIN
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10th November 2013, 04:26 AM |#3  
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Here's a picture of the Travel Adapter. Has some kind of a QR code on it but I haven't tried scanning it.
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10th November 2013, 05:52 AM |#4  
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Travel Adapter
Model: MCS-04WR2
Input: 100-240V~50/60Hz 0.3A(0,3A)
Output: 5.0V~1.8A
S/N: RA39020999
Made in China by SUNLIN

Thank you so so so much!
10th November 2013, 09:30 AM |#5  
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Here's a picture of the Travel Adapter. Has some kind of a QR code on it but I haven't tried scanning it.

You wouldn't want to sell that would you? Doesn't look like you have used it / need it? I can't find anything out on the web for that part number. I would give you a fair amount for it. If not, if anyone else has one i would be willing to purchase it.
10th November 2013, 05:03 PM |#6  
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You wouldn't want to sell that would you? Doesn't look like you have used it / need it? I can't find anything out on the web for that part number. I would give you a fair amount for it. If not, if anyone else has one i would be willing to purchase it.

No sorry, I'd rather keep it around as a spare.
According to this thread, apparently we can use up to a 2.0A charger. The crucial part is that the charger must be 5V only.

Also apparently the Kindle Fire uses a 5V~1.8A charger according to this thread.

I think the only difference running a 5V~1.8A charger and a 5V~2.0A charger is that you'll get slightly quicker charge times with the 5V~2.0A without damaging any components. If you are able to look for both chargers, I think it may open your options when searching for a new charger.
10th November 2013, 05:07 PM |#7  
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Have a look here as well...
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2511381
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