Originally Posted by sherlock
2A charging allowed by Qualcomm quickcharge 2.0 is more than enough for 3000mA phones like the LG G2, the problem is with 2000mA+ phones stuck with 1A charging like the HTC One.
Check you the Note 2 charge time. The stock charger is 2 amps, and it still charges slow as balls. That is why the Note 3 has USB 3.0. I believe the max amperage for a charger using a 3.0 cable is 5.
Also high end phones will start loosing battery if you have them plugged into a computer with 2.0. So when I'm transferring files over to my Note 2 I lose battery, which is ridiculous. With 3.0 not only would the transfer speeds be faster, the phone would at least keep its charge, if not gain some.Edited by ionstorm66 - 9/7/13 at 7:58pm