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    It would be easier to invest in spare batteries, well that's just me.
     
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    My wife and I now own 4. We always have a spare on us and trade a used spare for a charged up one. Works great for us.
     
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    When you go to website the Evo is listed as one of the compatible phones and it was recommended to me by a sprint CS rep but I didn't purchase it
     
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    Solar charges are crap, if you get anything get nice Dynamo (hand crank device)

    To charge a phone you need to keep voltage at between 4.9v and 6v or you will destroy your device. Also you need to be pushing between 500mA-1a.

    The amperage is VERY important the closer you are to 1amp the faster your device will charge.
     

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