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what type of charger charges android phone quickest

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Small chargers are slow. Do i look for amps.
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Technically the higher the amperage, the quicker it will charge. It still depends on what the phone will actually look for and decide to use but the best way is to use a wall charger rather than a USB connected charger.

Take a look at this article which delves into the subject quite well - http://www.extremetech.com/computing/159727-how-to-charge-your-smartphone-and-other-usb-devices-as-quickly-as-possible

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Thanks for charger speed links
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