Last edited by nelamvr6; 08-24-2010 at 06:51 PM.
Droid DNA, Nexus 7
Yes, I agree.... a charger with a specified amp rating is its capability to provide. Plug your phone into the USB and it can only provide 500 ma. Now, try to use your phone at the same time and it will barely charge or increase battery time. Plug it into the motorola charger @ 850 ma and there is current left over to power the phone and charge it faster than USB. Now I am on my second Droid. 1St was defective. Would constantly bootloop. Replacement hasn't bootlooped yet. Anyhow I noticed certain non motorola chargers cause the screen to become jumpy while plugged in and I slide my finger on the screen say for ex. sliding the menu or an internet page. My wife's moto droid stock does the same thing. Once unplugged the condition clears. At the Verizon store all of their Droid phones are plugged into an unknown type of power source and (motorola only) the screens are jumpy also, until you unplug them. I don't know what causes such a phenomena but I am willing to bet those are not motorola chargers on those display phones. Just my 2 cents. In this economy should be worth a few bucks.
Last edited by MrRChitty; 10-12-2010 at 09:38 AM.