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    Default How long does it take to charge an Android tablet?

    Hi, how long it will take to charge an Android Tablet?

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    As Kelly said, "it depends". On how discharged the battery is (you shouldn't let it get below 40% if you want it to last as long as possible), what the temperature is, how much current the charger can supply (and how much the tab is designed to draw), the condition of the battery. There's no single answer, even for a new tab of a certain model for the first full charge from 40% after it's been conditioned. Different batteries will take different times. It's like asking how much food will stop a person's hunger.

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    Default Re: Android Tablet Charging Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jellal View Post
    Hi, how long it will take to charge an Android Tablet?

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    Well, I would say it depends usually it takes around 7-8 hrs to completely charge.
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    Default Re: Android Tablet Charging Help!

    Which Android tablet? There are a lot.
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    Default Re: Android Tablet Charging Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by neonworm View Post
    Which Android tablet? There are a lot.
    Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (Android)

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    Default Re: Android Tablet Charging Help!

    As Kelly said, "it depends". On how discharged the battery is (you shouldn't let it get below 40% if you want it to last as long as possible), what the temperature is, how much current the charger can supply (and how much the tab is designed to draw), the condition of the battery. There's no single answer, even for a new tab of a certain model for the first full charge from 40% after it's been conditioned. Different batteries will take different times. It's like asking how much food will stop a person's hunger.
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