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Old 12th November 2016, 07:07   #1
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Default Google doesn't want proprietary fast charging in Android phones

Google isn't a fan of non-standard approaches to fast-charging Android phones over USB-C, and it's bent on having manufacturers fall in line. Its newest Android Compatibility Definition document (for Android Nougat) now says it's "strongly recommend...

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