1. Jomar Ancajas's Avatar
    Ok here's the detail.

    My battery is LK mobile( manufacturer is Li-ion based on cpu-z )
    Model: m4 voltage 3.7v
    Charging voltage: 4.2v
    Capacity: 1800mAh(1000mAh based on cpu-z, I don't know why they are different )

    I am using a "Cherry mobile" charger and its specs are
    Input: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz 0.2A
    Output: 5.0V== 600mAh

    I've been using the charger for week 1 and has no problem yet, I'm just worried that it might destroy my device or battery in the future ?
    06-07-2015 01:19 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! That should be fine. While charging, a battery can generally only draw as much current as its mAh rating (i.e., your 1800 mAh rating means that it can draw a maximum of 1.8 A). Your charger's maximum current output is 0.6 A, so it won't damage the battery--in fact, you'll probably feel that it charges a bit slow.

    The battery will only draw as much current as it needs, so even if you used a 2.1 A charger, it would still only draw 1.8 A max.
    06-08-2015 03:10 AM

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