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From your phone being at 0%, it will fully charge one and a half times. It normally takes around the same amount of time as it would if you had it plugged into the wall.
By Mark P on 11 August 2014
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To charge switch to the left. Anyway the lamp is on when charging. Even if you make it wrong, if the lamp is not on it is not charging.
By Selim Dentes on 14 January 2014
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When the red light becomes then your unit is fully charged. Wait until the light is switching from red to green.
By Selim Dentes on 23 November 2013
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Had absolutely no problem with mine , with regards to working but I did manage to break the thin side of the upper section when removing it , as it's quite weak.
By Mr. John Poyntz Artezan Ltd on 20 February 2014
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Yes it seems to work with my phone at that OS
By Mayeen Hoque on 18 May 2014
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As far as I remember the red light indicates charging and the green fully charged. The one I had only worked a couple of times before the connectors became loose and didn't work at all. Sent it back and got a refund. Poor quality product in my opinion.
By p.m.s. on 12 July 2014
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There's a little light LED that's red as the phone is on charge then it goes green once fully charged
By Ravster on 22 November 2013
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It does charge it back up and once charged you can remove it from the phone. If I use my phone from 8.45am I get to 20% by 3/4pm. I stick this on and it takes me past midnight but I leave the case on. It does act as a protector as well.
By Paul Thomson on 18 March 2014