AC phone charger

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  1. Fresh330
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    So out of nowhere, my AC phone charger that came with my Droid 1 gave out. I ruled out the USB cable and phone because both worked when plugged into my computer.

    Anyone have any idea if the AC adapter is covered under warranty?
     
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    It came in the box with the phone so I would say yeah it should be covered.
     
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    the answer is yes,it will be covered
     
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    Get an iGo adapter, it can charge any current droid phone with future phones.
     
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    If you decide to get any AC adaptor in the meantime, be careful of which one you get. I had a generic inexpensive one that I bought for my last cell phone (only came with a USB cord) and it wouldn't fully charge my Droid1 most of the time no matter how long it was plugged in.
     
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    Check the mA on the charger next time. USB is 500mA. The stock charger for the Droid is 850mA. USB is much slower.