Fully charged Iphone
My iphone was totally empty, and it fully charged in like 2 hours and 15 mins. Is that normal?
I used the orignal charger combined with an european add-on.
If im not allowed to link a image or my thread is not in the right location, then im sorry to cuz any trouble :).
Oh and btw,
Its a OOTB 1.1.3. - 4.6.
(Used ziphone "do it all")
Thx for the help :)
i'm confused. you nuse a plug adapter. so where did you buy your iphone at, cuz if u bought it in europe it comes with the right plugs, no adapter is needed.
are you using a 110v charger? cuz europe uses 220v
i've never charged my iphone in less than 2 hrs, never, can not be done!!
even brand new with 0.0% it will take easily mroe than 2 hours.
something is wrong.
Ninja he didn't said his iPhone took less than two hours. He said 2 hours and 15 minutes, maybe he bought his iPhone in the U.S. I'm not sure but it seems okay to me, I don't see anything wrong.
Btw crius, if you used ZiPhone "Do It All", you are in Bootloader 3.9.
i know im in bl 3.9 now, that isnt bad is it?
Originally Posted by starchest
But yea my iphone is from the us and now its in europe. So i have the original charger but i need those plugs in the picture to be able to use it here. So is 2 hours and 15 mins normal to fully charge it?
the usb charger that comes with the iphone is a universal charger that can charge between 110 and 230V. i have an ipod that i bought in europe and it has the official plug adapter that you can pull /slide off/on directly to the charger.
the iphone charger is just much smaller to the old one but i does the same. i used both chargers (old and iphone) in austria (230) and on the philippines (110). worked fine...
most chargers arte universal nowadays....the psp one too for example
oh and 2 hours is fine....if its completly empty...it would take longer if i was hanging on the pc i think....no worries ;)
Ya dude is normal no worries.
When it starts to discharge in 2 hours and 15 that is when you should get worried !
The power supply accepts a voltage range from ~100V to ~240V, so it has nothing to do with it.