I bought an almost brand new Incredible off ebay and received it in the mail just a few days ago. The phone checks out as advertised, so it is a keeper.
But there is one issue that I need some advice on. In the description, the seller had stated that he had purchased both a new Incredible and a new Droid X, tested them both out, decided to keep the DX, and is selling the virtually new Incredible on ebay, which is what I bought.
The home charging plug and cable he shipped me with the HTC Incredible are both Motorola. The brand name is right on the 110v plug, and both that plug plus the micro USB cable he sent me are identical to the ones that came with my old phone, an original Droid. It would appear that the seller shipped me the plug and cable for his Droid X and kept the plug and cable for the Incredible, either intentionally or unintentionally.
Of course, the plug and cable charge the phone just fine. My question is, does anyone know if there is any difference in the voltage between the Motorola cable and the correct HTC cable? Would there would be any long-term negative effect on the phone, enough so that I should go to the hassle to try to get the ditzy seller to ship me the correct cable? Or since this cable charges the phone, is it just as well to stick with what I have?
Would the non-OEM charging cable hurt the resale of the phone down the road when I resell it, even if there isn't a voltage issue for the phone?
Could someone please post a picture of the OEM charging plug and cable for the Incredible so I would know what they look like in case I decide to ask the seller to ship me the correct ones?