Non OEM Chargers

Discussion in 'Android Accessories' started by mrpbjnance, Nov 16, 2009.

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    Great info you guys thanks for the updates.

    Be careful on the chargers that make random things happen that usually means that the voltage or amperage is too high and it could break your phone after repeated usage.
     
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    Did you use the tip for the RAZR3? Their website doesn't specify a droid specific tip.
     
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    FYI, It is not just the chargers that are making the Droid go wacky. I had my oem charger plugged into the power on a commercial airliner yesterday and my home screen went pretty wacky. I couldn't use the phone while it was plugged in, but it did charge.
     
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    You guys are spending too much. Just go to MonoPrice and get the individual micro usb to male USB cables of your desired length, and a 1000mA adapter. Way cheaper.
     
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    Just bought two car chargers from ebay, and they both work to perfection. Absolutely no problems with them, and I spent less than $5 shipped for both of them (yes, two chargers for like 4.35). :icon_ banana:
     
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    I just got a Belkin Dual Auto Charger for iPhone and iPod Power Adapter so that I could charge the Droid on the QuickCharge Port
    and run this Blackberry Remote Stereo Bluetooth Gateway on the other port.

    As many have said, the important thing is to get a 1000 mAh charger.
    The OEM Charger is 5.1 V and 850 mAh, that's 4.335 W.. since we shouldn't really be changing supply voltages and 5 V is the USB standard, we need to supply at least 867 mAh. Since those probably don't exist, just grab the 1000 mAh supply and call it a day. Of course, that will be capable of supply 5 W, but Droid won't draw that much.
     
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    Link? Were they USB chargers or microUSB chargers?
     
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