If your device can be charged via Micro-USB and does not need more than 1.2 Ampere and 5 Volt, it can be charged. This means that you can charge most of the mobile devices on the market, as Micro-USB is the standard charging port for mobile phones since 2009 and is used by most cell phone manufacturers. Since there are some older mobile devices that are not chargeable with the standard Micro-USB connector, we also included adapters for Nokia, Sony Ericsson, LG, Samsung, Nintendo and Sony PSP in the package. You can find a detailed list of adapters in the User Manual.
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