I have not timed it yet, unfortunately. The battery is at 42% right now (3:43 AM) and I'll keep checking until it is fully charged and see how long it took. Do you use the same adapter/way to charge your phone as mine?
MODEL: TC E250
HTC P/N: 79H00108-06M
INPUT: 100-240V~200mA 50-60Hz
OUTPUT: 5v --- 1A LPS
This is what it says on the back of the adapter.
@El Presidente, mine DEFINITELY takes longer than 2.5 hours to charge from 0 to 100. Last night it took a little bit more than an hour to charge from 42% to 74%.
another relevant thing is the dynamics of the power supply you are using. For example, charging from computer takes longer than charging from the car which takes longer than charging from a wall outlet (for mine.) So maybe your wall outlets don't push as many amps? or does that not matter? (i'm just trying to figure it out, I'm not an electrician or an electrical engineer or anything)
Yes, you're absolutely right; however I am charging from the wall port (which is supposed to give the most power) and, as I said earlier, I had iPhones and BlackBerrys and they all charged rather quickly so I don't get it. I may look into buying a new AC adapter (not one that uses the USB cable) that perhaps connects directly from the adapter to the phone rather than from the adapter to the usb cable to the phone, if you know what I mean.
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