Will it harm smartphones and tablets if you use a different charger than the OEM charger?
aiden 23 weeks ago
I have a number of phones and tablets around my house, and we don’t always use the USB “wall wart” chargers that came with each device, and at work we commonly use each others chargers. Is this ok to do, or could this actually damage our devices?
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