try turning the brightness down turn wifi off bluetooth of and any other setting you may not be using
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Just because the charger is 3.1A does not mean that that is what it is consuming.
Maybe your tablet is consuming more than his...
Or maybe its battery is worn.
PS - I love the amazon comment Charging will be automatically stop when battery is full. Der! Why even bother mentioning that - it has nothing to do with the charger!
Last edited by OldSpark; 03-08-2013 at 07:09 PM.
I'm using this USB ROM on my Nexus 7 install with no charging issues. You can enable fast charge and it automatically goes to sleep and enables airplane mode when you turn off the vehicle (as long as that also turns off the power source to the tablet)
As was pointed out earlier, there are 2 charge modes, USB and AC. AC (fast charge) is triggered by joining a couple of pins on the usb in the charger. The stock cable is capable of 2A @ 5V, which is all that should be required to keep it alive (I have WIFI and GPS on with auto brightness and have never had my battery run out using a homemade 2A/5V power supply.