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Have you seen this charging error message before?

I plugged in my HTC Desire HD and got the error message - "Your phone is drawing more power than the charger is able to provide". It suggested I close some apps. Has anyone else seen this before?

Most Useful Answer CTPAHHIK  Jan. 31, 2012 at 12:37

Happens all the time, if charger is unable to supply required power. If it happens with original HTC charger unplug and plug it back in. If problem goes away there is nothing to worry about.

With non-original HTC charger it would be charger being incompatible or not powerful enough.

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matt101101 / MOD  Jan. 31, 2012 at 11:53

Yes...but only with massively overclocked devices which are running graphically intensive apps...

CTPAHHIK  Jan. 31, 2012 at 12:37

Happens all the time, if charger is unable to supply required power. If it happens with original HTC charger unplug and plug it back in. If problem goes away there is nothing to worry about.

With non-original HTC charger it would be charger being incompatible or not powerful enough.

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