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Can Google Nexus 7 and Nexus 7 2 use the same adapter/charger?

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#1 kozakid


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Posted 14 December 2013 - 12:32 PM

I have a first-generation Google Nexus 7 and I have the newer version (7 2) on order. Am I correct in assuming that their AC adapter/chargers are interchangeable, that the adapter/charger of one would work with the other?  While I would like to be able to use them interchangeably, I certainly don't want to do anything which might damage the tablets.
output specifications:
Nexus 7        DC 5V, 2A
Nexus 7 2     DC 5.2V, 1.35A
Also, I bought a longer cord (Samsung) which I've been using to charge my Nexus 7.  It's output specs are DC 5V, 2.1A.  Should I also be able to use it with my Nexus 7 2?


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