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Is There a Setting for Limiting the Charging Current of My Xperia X?

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Is There a Setting for Limiting the Charging Current of My Xperia X?

Hi

 

My Xperia X came with a 1500mA AC Adapter, for charging.

I ould like to charge my phone much slowlier - using 500mA insteaed of 1500mA.

 

Does Xperia X have some setting that I can change, to make it charge slowlier, using 500mA current?

 

Thank you

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Re: Is There a Setting for Limiting the Charging Current of My Xperia X?

unfortunately no. but if the battery care is activated in your device, it usually slows down the charging around 90%. this usually happens if you charge your device regularly at the same time.

 

or as suggested. try to use a usb cable prob. with usb 2.0 below specs


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Re: Is There a Setting for Limiting the Charging Current of My Xperia X?

You can charge from your computer's USB port

I took this from a Google search.

 

The USB 1.x and 2.0 specifications provide a 5 V supply on a single wire to power connected USB devices.

A unit load is defined as 100 mA in USB 2.0, and 150 mA in USB 3.0. A device may draw a maximum of 5 unit loads (500 mA) from a port in USB 2.0; 6 (900 mA) in USB 3.0.


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