I realize this is a pretty stupid question, but as long as the charger fits in the slot its fine to use correct?
I had an Env2 and it seems to have the same plug.
If you've ever seen those "My Droide is Going Crazy" threads frequently it does this because it's on an non stock chargers. Don't ask me how or why but the Droids start calling and texting people on its own. Very weird.
Now I use my Blackberry Storms charger on my Droid. Specs are close but not exactly the same as my Droids charger. I've never had any problems.
Anyway common sense tells you if you don't see the same specs it's probably not a good idea. Voltage and amps should be the same as your Droids charger.
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FYI, Best Buy is have a sale on chargers now, and I got a car charger AND an extra wall charger for $29.99 yesterday! No detachable cord, so you cant transfer data via usb, but still a pretty good deal.
Its funny but this is one of the first things I tried when I got my Droid 2, just to save money on car charger. I have tried my Blackberry Tour car charger, home charger & usb which was already hooked up to my pc.
The car charger hooked up during an hour long ride to work, and hour long ride home did not change the battery % at all. It actually took some moving it to get it to show the lightning bolt indicator on the phone. Home charger was same way, although it did charge, but only to 70% overnight. USB cable produced same as car charger.
Headed to Verizon today to get a bundle with car charger & screen protectors. The battery life is horrific on this phone, need a charger at home, work and car, but DAMNNNN i love this phone!
I use an Ev2 charger as my travel charger on my D1. Works with no issues
Deep Thought #1
How does Verizon sell phones at their own stores? Any phone they sell, can be found for 50% to 75% less on Amazon, or at Best Buy. Does Verizon operate their stores on a "there is a sucker born every minute" business model?
Deep Thought #2
Is Verizon's customer service philosophy: frustrate, aggravate, and exasperate, these annoying interruptions to our day, will eventually go away?