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  1. #1
    Andy
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    Is it be ok to just use an adapter on phone charge which I stick in
    the car cigar lighter?

    I can buy an attachment which changes the 3.5mm power plug to a 2mm
    plug in order to fit my Nokia 6300.

    Am concerned that this might be a bit of a bodge and features like
    full-charge sensing doesn'rt work properly.



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  2. #2
    Wally
    Guest

    Re: Plug on car power adaptor (for Nokia)

    dont worry

    it works fine i useit this way


    "Andy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Is it be ok to just use an adapter on phone charge which I stick in
    > the car cigar lighter?
    >
    > I can buy an attachment which changes the 3.5mm power plug to a 2mm
    > plug in order to fit my Nokia 6300.
    >
    > Am concerned that this might be a bit of a bodge and features like
    > full-charge sensing doesn'rt work properly.






  3. #3
    Frank Clarijs
    Guest

    Re: Plug on car power adaptor (for Nokia)

    The converter cable works fine, as the sensing is in the phone, not in
    the charger.
    But check if the adapter can deliver the current your phone needs.
    There are some electronics in the adapter, which all have limits. I
    bought a cheap adapter which proved to be able to load a simple phone,
    but not a more complex one. Just like some chargers can charge every
    Nokia phone and the cheaper ones can't deliver the current.

    Andy wrote:
    > Is it be ok to just use an adapter on phone charge which I stick in
    > the car cigar lighter?
    >
    > I can buy an attachment which changes the 3.5mm power plug to a 2mm
    > plug in order to fit my Nokia 6300.
    >
    > Am concerned that this might be a bit of a bodge and features like
    > full-charge sensing doesn'rt work properly.




  4. #4
    Anton G˙sen
    Guest

    Re: Plug on car power adaptor (for Nokia)

    Frank Clarijs wrote:
    > The converter cable works fine, as the sensing is in the phone, not in
    > the charger.
    > But check if the adapter can deliver the current your phone needs. There
    > are some electronics in the adapter, which all have limits. I bought a
    > cheap adapter which proved to be able to load a simple phone, but not a
    > more complex one. Just like some chargers can charge every Nokia phone
    > and the cheaper ones can't deliver the current.


    An old ACP-7X charger (the heavy ones that everyone has/had) + CA-44
    adaptor refuses to charge my E65. The ACP-12X charger works just fine
    with the adaptor.