1. K1drobt's Avatar
    Hey I got one of them wall chargers for the ipod. Would it charge my curve if I plugged in my curve usb cord without frying my curve?

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    09-05-09 09:49 PM
  2. Tripster's Avatar
    Not sure, where is your BB charger?

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    09-05-09 09:50 PM
  3. BerrySky's Avatar
    I wouldn't do it, you don't have your BB charger or at least your USB charger which you can plug into your computer? If you lost it, then buying another one wouldn't be a bad idea...I would be hesitant to use an iPod charger to charge your BB...that's just my opinion...
    09-05-09 10:05 PM
  4. beto929's Avatar
    I've done it works fine.

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    09-05-09 10:08 PM
  5. McCracken's Avatar
    USB is standardized. The voltage is the same. It'll be fine.
    09-05-09 10:09 PM
  6. flyingdutchman7588's Avatar
    people have actually tried this?? Wow i wouldnt risk it
    09-06-09 12:14 AM
  7. dictoresno's Avatar
    USB is USB is USB. i cant see any issue with it. i use a non blackberry car charger for my 8900 and a motorola wall charger for it at home. not to mention sometimes i charge it through my computer using the data cable. you should be fine.
    09-06-09 12:29 AM
  8. TennisFan45's Avatar
    USB power output is the same, no matter the device.
    09-06-09 02:10 PM
  9. Wolf-Strong's Avatar
    My blackberry charger died, and that is exactly what I have been doing. At work, I have a Motorola charger that I use that I've been usng for months now. As everyone said, USB is USB.

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    09-06-09 02:25 PM
  10. Goon's Avatar
    I agree that the wires in each different charger is configured the same. However I don't agree that they function the same. I'm sure the voltage in each devise is different. This would only change the charging time. My car charger is much faster than my A/C charger. The car charger has a higher voltage and appears to charge faster. Although the full charge it makes lasts much less then the A/C.
    Some phones can sense the voltage difference. I plugged a Moto Razr into my BB charger and an error message popped up on the screen. It indicated that I wasn't using a Motorola charger.

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    09-06-09 03:03 PM
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