Do not use the original charger can cause the problem of black screen?

diegalex

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I read a lot about the problem of black screen where the backlight of the screen is broken although the phone is working. My question is, what is the cause of this failure? I have read that can be because of a motherboard failure or that you have used an unofficial charger. I'm not really sure what is for to take precautions with the use of device.

The other day, talking with a friend, he told me that he uses a Samsung charger because the charge takes 2 hours from 0 to 100. In my case, using the official charger that came in the box, takes around 3 hours. I have also the same charger but I'm afraid that the problem could appear. In a Lumia 520 works perfectly but seeing that some moderators on Microsoft forums says that to face of the Lumia 535 black Screen problem we should use the official, I have this doubts.

Thanks!

EDIT: Maybe could be a good idea to buy the Nokia Faster Charger AC-60 to ensure is compatible.
 
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I did a quick look into this. It would appear that the black screen issue is hardware related and nothing to do with charging. It just seems to happen when a phone has been charged or just finished charging.

As for charging your phone I have this suggestion for you.

Use the standard charger most of the time and use quick charging only when you feel you need to . I would not recommend using quick charging all the time. It's not good for the battery. You'll end up having to replace it sooner.
 

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Thank you so much for your answer. Then, I will use the original charger :(

One thing bad of this device is that the charger has only 550 mA so the time to charge is higher... I though to use another one of 1000mA (is from Samsung device) but if is dangerous I'll not use.

Thanks!
 

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I should have asked for further confirmation on what you were doing. My mistake.

There's nothing wrong with using a higher current charger (1A to 1.5A) is fine. Yes it charges your battery quicker. It may have some effect on the battery long term but in general should not effect it's normal life span significantly.

I thought you were thinking of using the new quick chargers which can be damaging to a phone not designed to use them. Or using it consistently which will reduce a batteries lifespan.

Still, overall I would stick to the factory charger as much as possible but there is no harm in using the higher current charger. Just be sure to disconnect it once it's done. There is varying degree of information on what happens when a phone is on long charge but there seems to be difference of opinions if it's bad for batteries or not.

Generally, modern phone batteries don't like to be hot for too long or too cold. They like a constant temperature. That's why higher current charging can be bad for batteries long term as it heats the battery up.
 

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I think I have understand it better. More clear.

As I said, I have one of 1000mA but is true I was thinking to buy the Nokia Universal Charger AC-60 but I didn't know that it is classified as special for fast charges but I see that in this device model I should avoid it. Maybe I will use Lumia 520 charger that has 750mA.

Thanks again for your time!
 

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