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Old November 10th, 2009, 10:38 PM   #3 (permalink)
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At 500ma vs 1000ma, that would be twice as long.


Originally Posted by KennyD View Post
Also I've noticed that when I charge via USB the battery doesn't seem to last as long as if I'd charged it via a wall outlet. It could just be me.. but thats my opinion on the subject.
As long as the green light comes on, shouldn't that mean that the battery is fully charged?

Is there a circuit of some sort that switches to ensure that phone batteries aren't overcharged?

Originally Posted by KennyD View Post
Yes, you can use your USB sync cable to charge your phone in any USB port
Not the same concern as the iPod of course, whereby it'll sync with the iTunes in the computer. No concerns here as there's nothing to sync to. We simply connect it to any PC that puts out power and the phone will charge.

Originally Posted by abourne View Post extra USB cable or two may come in handy. If so, where might I obtain extra USB cables cheap?
Where might I find a USB calbe cheap? Is the phone plug compatible?

The USB port is standard of course, but what about the port that plugs into the phone?

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