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    Default Charger output clarification

    I just got my Galaxy S5 and noticed the charger is a 2 Amp output. This is much higher than most cell phone chargers (Blackberry was 750 mamp or so, and most are 1 Amp or less). Is this likely to shorten the battery life? I noticed that my old Blackberry charger actually ran a bit warm charging it, but it is less than 1 amp output. Also, anyone know if the Samsung charger has the chip in it that shuts it off when done? Blackberry did, and some Motorola's apparently did not.
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    No. Most modern phones are close to that amperage. It won't hurt your battery

    Oh, and yes...they stop when your battery is full.

    Sent from my Galaxy S4 running SOKP 4.4.2
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