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Charge and Know the Battery Status of Samsung Galaxy S4

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How many voltages can the S4 handle?

It is said that European voltages are 220 watts and the US is 110. I'm wondering if I will need to buy a converter when traveling to Europe.

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Look at your Samsung Galaxy S4's charger. It should say something along the lines of "Input 100V - 240V." This means that the charger has a converter already installed, and all you will need to do is purchase an adapter for the correct European plug.

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I like to know about charging my cell phone for the first time?

1. Is it required to charge immediately after turning ON or it must work until power is decreased to 25%?

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2.For the first time charging is it better to turn OFF the cell phone?

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My S4 is taking too much time to charge, you can say that may be up to 7 hours or more?

My S4 is taking too much time to charge, you can say that may be up to 7 hours or more

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Help with charging issues. Phone at 0%, on charger, vibrates and briefly shows image of empty battery

Help with charging issues. Phone at 0%, on charger, vibrates and briefly shows image of empty battery

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Proper Charging for Samsung Galaxy 4?

I just bought a new Samsung charger and installed a new Samsung battery for my Galaxy 4 phone. I had been using non-Samsung chargers and I was under the impression that I had damaged the original battery that is why I replaced it. Is that true? What is the proper way to charge and should I wait for the full charge before using my phone. (My phone has constantly gone dead and was not holding a charge.). I have tried: As I said I now have a real Samsung charger. I think it was caused by: I think I overcharged the phone before letting it charge all night, etc.

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I have a 5V battery pack, can I use to charge my Samsung S4?

Do you think I will be able to fully charge my Samsung S4? It is 5000 mAh

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As I saw nowadays, my Galaxy S4 is charging with 300mA?

Earlier it was like 1200mA especially when the battery was dry. Why changed? Do I need to replace the battery? (It is 3 and half years old now). I have tried: Tried to start again the charging, but nothing changed. I think it was caused by: Maybe the battery is old, or there is a charger problem.

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