tl;dr: Every setup that I tried so far ends up with "Charging rapidly" or "Charging slowly" on my Motorola One. What kind of charger (or power source) and cable should I use in order to charge this phone at a standard charging pace?
I was always told that to charge phone rapidly / use QC etc. you need:
- correct rather good quality cable,
- proper charger, 2 A at output at minimum.
The thing is that on my Motorola One I am getting "Charging rapidly" even on cheap 0.5 USD cable connected to:
- 1 A charger (which needs 5-6 hours on other phones),
- 2.0 and 2.4 A charger (which charges other phones in about 2-3 hours) and
- 10 A QC 3.0 charger (which charges other phones in about 1+ hour)
Actually my Motorola One is the only mobile device (out of 15+) in my home that reports "charging rapidly" on every of above setup, even on cheap cable and 1.0 A charger (which isn't able to quickly-charge any other device).
On the other hand, when I connect it to a regular (non-QC) USB, I am always getting "charging slowly", even on very new and expensive PCs (which are told to have 1 A on USB) and even on high-quality, QC-ready cables.
So my question is, what is the correct setup to charge Motorola One "normally"? Is it possible at all in case of this device?
This question is entirely on getting correct setup to charge Motorola One neither quickly nor slowly (if possible). I don't want to discuss here any related issues like "quickly charging doesn't make your battery weaker anymore, so why you're asking, go ahead and quickly charge every time". Please, don't post comments like that. Thank you.