Droid and battery charger

too many toys - too many Chargers - trying to find 1 or 2 to travel with the option - the OEM charger output is listed at 5.0V to 850 mA - what happens if you use a charger (motorola) which is rated at 5v to 700 mA - 5v quid 550 OA - any problems?

Thank you very much

I know that the Droid charger is bigger than most. I try to know these specific charge rate. My golden rule is this:

  • The charger comes with it.
  • If I use a different, stop if I get something weird with my camera - reboots, odd behavior touchscreen, repeated calls for "Sonny Johannson" - whatever it is.
  • If the charger seems to load OK and I don't have any problems, it's probably fine.

I would add that there are quick-rate Chargers that can really speed things up, so if it's attractive, you can find those as well. Click that big 'Accessories' button at the top of the page if you're in a shopping mood.

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