• Made me a charger.. my shit on 882 percent
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    • Darqsun 16 jun
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    • That’s an apple charger and an android phone...?
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    • I have several questions
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    • He’s using the power of a god
      LMGBros 16 jun
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    • That cord doesn’t go into that phone...
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    • is nobody going to question the fact that the phone is a samsung and the charger that he “made” is an apple charger
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    • And it says its not even fully charged yet
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    • Thats a bad idea because there is no AC to DC converter (the brick) so it will overload the battery and if it doesnt explode, it will destroy your phone
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    • A standard USB has a voltage output of 5, and a US socket has the output of 120. That charger had no way to turn 120V into 5V and will destroy the phone
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    • That battery is probably super damaged and won’t last another hour. Either that or it’ll get fried or explode or something
      Stinkyboi 16 jun
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    • iPhone charging cable, Samsung phone. Hmmm doesn’t add up
      SLOW3VGT 16 jun
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    • scratman 16 jun
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    • Cold_Ones 19 jun
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    • That's 120 volts going straight to your phone.... not good
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    • That just fried the battery. Most chargers are within a 5 Volt (though those are getting rare nowadays) to 12 Volt range. A typical wall outlet is 120 volts, 10 times that of a 12 Volt fast charger.
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    • Shepsky 16 jun
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    • That's an Android phone and an apple charger ok retard
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    • Ah, i love charging my android with an apple charger
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    • Lol that's not real, alternating current (AC) would fry the phones electronics, because they have batteries which is Direct current (DC), that's why phone chargers have a box you plug in for conversion
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    • tlang6 17 jun
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    • But the battery still isn't full....
      papa13 16 jun
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    • I get that it’s a joke but that’s an Android phone and an iPhone plug , so that won’t even connect, also since the voltage out of a socket is 120v vs what the phone actually takes which is 5v...
      petro0980 16 jun
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    • Lying ass thats an apple charger and an android phone
      Team3Star 16 jun
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    • All the people wondering how an Apple cord be charging an Android and nobody concerned about the fact that the black part is for 120v AC, and the white part is designed to charge 12v DC.
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    • It's not even full yet😂
      ElderG31 22 jun
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    • Yeah don’t worry. Pumping ac into your phone without an inverter is totally fine.
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    • Mmmm phones love that unaltered 120v AC electricity
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    • So you made an iphone charger for your android. Nice.
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    • Good thing you unplugged. At 1000% they become sentient.
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    • Wayyyy to much voltage going to that phone. Good way to fry something. There’s a reason for resistors in electrical circuits.
      Cockhouse 17 jun
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    • You stab that battery and end up glassing half a continent
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    • Love that that’s no an iPhone but the charger is Apple
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    • Iphone lightning cord. Android phone. Nice job
      succwucc 16 jun
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    • Idk how u would connect the wires but that would def short ur phone. Just for anyone trying this don’t
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    • That's a great way to make li-ion batteries explode
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    • Don’t start that shit my son tried to charge his iPhone via microwave. Thanks internet .
      mcbst 22 jun
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    • I didn’t know you could charge a android with a iPhone cable 🤔
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    • Except....that’s an iPhone cable and that’s a android phone....
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    • Yeah well, an iPhone... still only gona last like 7 hours
      Demon280 18 jun
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    • Jarvis: “Power at 400% capacity” Tony: “How about that?”
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    • How did this dude charge an Android phone with an iPhone charger?
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    • You used a lightning cord for an iPhone on an android phone with a different connector? Sounds legit
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    • That would break your phone. Phones take 5 volts, outlets put out about 255 volts.
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    • Schmlif_ 16 jun
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    • Okay bet thats an iphone charger, and an android phone
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    • Fun fact: obviously this is a meme but phones charge on DC not AC, so the little brick you plug into the wall before the cable is converting it from AC power to DC power (among other things), so directly plugging the phone in wouldn’t work
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    • Thats funny, bc the charger is a lightning cable, which is for IPhones, but thats android OS
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    • Just go on snapchat for 20 minutes and you'll be back to 0% no worries
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    • Your shitty iPhone even with 882% will last you only 1 hour
      mrjay8k7 18 jun
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    • Not until I shift into MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE
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    • When Iron Man gets struck by Thor’s lightening...
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    • *People with phones that die at 15%*
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    • That is extremely dangerous. A usb brick does more than just work as an outlet, it also converts the electricity into a form the phone can handle at a level the phone can handle.
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    • That’s not even an iPhone though
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    • thats a samsung and you have an apple charger... fake.
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    • Yeah 120v would instantly fry a phone that charges off 5v
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    • That’s an iPhone charger on the left, and a fucking Android on the right. Retards
      NukaRed 16 jun
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    • Here we are worried about 5G and this dude is using 7G
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    • And that’s not even full battery.
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    • iPhone cord for a android phone... makes sense
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    • Jarvis: Power at 400% capacity. Tony: How about that
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    • It's because it needs that little box because that's the power supply to make sure it doesn't do that and mess up the battery
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    • NEW electrical tape seamlessly converts AC to DC without the need of any bulky conversion devices
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    • Lighting charger for an android🤔
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    • Jarvis: power at 400%. Tony: how about that?
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    • The cable is a lightening connector but the phone is an android.?????
      Ajit_rulz 16 jun
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    • Is nobody going to point out the apple charger and android phone? Or that he's taking a picture with another phone?
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    • Note that its still not fully charged
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    • That... that's an android phone with a iPhone charger
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    • No dumbass its 8:87 O'clock
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    • Congrats your retarded. You’re trying to put 120 volts AC into a device that runs on 5 volts DC. You my friend have a lot to learn about electricity.
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    • Yall some dumb motherfuckers. That's a lightning charger (iphone) with a SAMSUNG on the right.
      Azuzu 16 jun
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    • Your charger is only supposed to use like 12 V. But a full outlet is 120
      Beta117 16 jun
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    • If it were an iPhone it would still die in like 25 minutes
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    • This reminds me of that scene from the first avengers movie when Thor shot lighting at Iron Man and Jarvis said the suit was at 200% power or some crazy s@#t.
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    • Do you want to fry your battery? Cuz that's how you do it.
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    • THATS THE TIMER BEFORE IT BLOWS UP.RUN BITCH!!
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    • His battery is still gonna only last 30 mins
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    • that’s an iphone charger for an.. android?
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    • 120v AC vs 5.5v DC. Phone's junk.
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    • "power's at 882% sir." "How bout that"
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    • Jarvis: power at 400%
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    • His phone:
      BigMeater 16 jun
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    • Did you... put AC current into a battery???? Boy you made a bomb
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    • Dude so advanced hes charging his android with a 2nd party apple charger. Big dick Energy
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    • not to mention without a five volt regulator, your phones battery would literally catch fire
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    • ElonStark 16 jun
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    • Nothing like funneling 120V into a 5V battery
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    • Um.....there’s a reason for transformers on chargers.....you can’t just push 110 or 220 AC into a phone. Rip charging port and battery
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    • HARVARD WANTS TO KNOW YOUR LOCATION
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    • that's a samsung with an iphone charger
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