[charging] long time of charge


Jan 23, 2015
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Hi,

like in the title, my device (but i think all mi3) time of charging is quite long (over 2.30h).
Is there the possibility to use a different transformer with more ampere, or can i break the battery?
 
Nov 5, 2013
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Hi,

like in the title, my device (but i think all mi3) time of charging is quite long (over 2.30h).
Is there the possibility to use a different transformer with more ampere, or can i break the battery?
You cannot break the battery as the phone it self will regulate the current using only the amount it needs.
You can you a 1000A if you want, current will be limited.
 
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You cannot break the battery as the phone it self will regulate the current using only the amount it needs.
You can you a 1000A if you want, current will be limited.
thanks for the reply,, because i have read in some forum that using another A transformer, the timing of charge is much better. So are you saying that there is no warning
 
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Both have quickcharge, and yes there is no problem, all chargers are regulated, speacially this kind of cells.
 
Sep 22, 2013
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my mi4 charger say 5v-2amp, 9v-1.2amp and 12v 1a (model Xiaomi MDY-03-EB)

i discovered that the quickcharger 2.0 on the latest motorola X use 9v-2amps !

i'm not sure if latest mi phones are supporting 2amps at 9volts, but the charger bundled is not the quickcharge 2.0 by qualcomm (i'm pretty sure) maybe it's a home made solution, idk... it have a kind of quickcharge but not the most powerfull one i think

anyway i've found that my phone is recharging pretty fast , and the battery is enought hot :D


check your charger specs, the mi3 is bundled with the Xiaomi MDY-03-EB ?
 
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my mi4 charger say 5v-2amp, 9v-1.2amp and 12v 1a (model Xiaomi MDY-03-EB)

i discovered that the quickcharger 2.0 on the latest motorola X use 9v-2amps !

i'm not sure if latest mi phones are supporting 2amps at 9volts, but the charger bundled is not the quickcharge 2.0 by qualcomm maybe it's a home made solution, idk... it have a kind of quickcharge but not the most powerfull one i think

i've found that my phone is recharging pretty fast anyway, and the battery is enought hot :D


check your charger specs, the mi3 is bundled with the Xiaomi MDY-03-EB ?
mm i see a CH-P002 , max o.2A
 
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CH-T002 max output is only 5.0v@1.0A. It charge slower then the xiaomi MDY-03-EB charger which is shipped with the MI4

on my charger there are the Quickcharge logo
 
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