1. EagleGreg#AC's Avatar
    I originally got a Moment and ordered several wall chargers online for home, work, etc.

    I have now changed to the Epic.

    The Moment had a 800Ma charger, will this be compatable with my Epic which uses a 750Ma?

    I know it seems simple but don't want to fry a brand new $250 phone.


    10-05-2010 12:06 AM
  2. Mike77's Avatar
    Alot of people have been using their palm pre chargers, which are 1 amp and haven't had problem. Its under alot of debate, but no one has reported problems and it seems what people (who seem to know more then me) say is the worst case scenario is that the lifetime of a battery could be shortened, but not likely to damage the phone itself. I am far from an expert, just a summary of what i have read here but i have used my 1 amp pre charger without issues so far.
    10-05-2010 12:48 AM
  3. EagleGreg#AC's Avatar
    Thanks... I pluged in the phone and it is charging with no noticable side effects.

    10-05-2010 01:13 AM
  4. rsbenedict's Avatar
    I've been using my Pre charger as well and no noticeable side effects. The charger it came with charges WAY too slow.
    10-05-2010 07:18 AM
  5. xtn's Avatar
    We know that the charger shipped with the Epic is rated to deliver 750ma. We must then conclude that the charging circuitry in the phone is designed to draw 750ma or less.

    Having a charger with 800ma or a full 1 amp, or heck even a billion amps CAPACITY does not mean that much is forced down into the phone. It just means the charger has that much CAPACITY. The charging circuits in the phone will still attempt to draw 750ma or less.

    You ought not worry about using a charger that's over-qualified for the job. The thing you ought to be careful about is using any charger that's under-qualified.

    Edit: Well I've been schooled. The above would be correct, except that the bolded part is a bad assumption. The phone will indeed allow itself to draw more amperage than the shipped charger is capable of delivering. So forget everything I said.
    10-05-2010 09:49 AM
  6. milominderbinde's Avatar
    I would not go over 1000.
    10-05-2010 10:06 AM
  7. liquidxit2's Avatar
    I use both my pre and moment chargers and they work perfectly fine.
    10-05-2010 10:30 AM
  8. solo1shyne#AC's Avatar
    I see a few people are saying they are using their Pre chargers with their Epic. I have a Sprint Pre and an Epic 4g and my Pre charger will not work with my Epic. I did use a "Moment" charger that I borrowed a charge off of and it seemed to work well but I don't know how the Pre's charger could work unless they're using a Pre Plus or something....
    10-08-2010 06:36 PM
  9. rsbenedict's Avatar
    I've been using my regular, Sprint pre charger with my epic and it works great. I just plug the epic's usb cable into the pre round DC adapter and presto, my epic is charging.
    10-08-2010 08:04 PM
  10. simaand's Avatar
    It's not the MA you must worry about its the Voltage. You can have 10000000000000000000000000 MA and will be fine, its just the amount of draw the adapter can handle. Also did a quick Google Search...
    AC Adapters, Which mA Rating? - Yahoo! Answers
    (this answer was voted high meaning it's more likely accurate)
    10-09-2010 04:51 PM
  11. coolqf's Avatar
    I use the Pre charger, the Pre auto charger, and a blackberry charger. They all work wonderfully on my EPIC 4G. The blackberry charger charges it the quickest!!
    10-09-2010 11:21 PM