The reason I'm asking is because the BV6000 regulates the current it takes depending on what kind of charger it uses.
The Chinese standard is to bridge the USB +D and -D (these are the data lines within the USB cable) cables at the point of the charger. The phone then looks for this condition before allowing more current to be drawn into the phone.
The European standard is to bridge the USB -D and -D data lines with a 200 ohm resistor. That way if you try to use a European standard charger on a Chinese phone (which is expecting bridged 0 resistance data lines) then the phone will limit the intake current of .5 Amp when it would normally take more (1 Amp or more). That means slower charging.
I'm currently trying to get a couple of alternative charging solutions to work better on the BV6000. One is a hand cranked generator, and the other is a solar panel. Both seem to cap out at .5 Amp so I will have to either bridge the data lines with a 0 ohm, or 200 ohm resistor depending on which standard the BV6000 takes.
I see allot of adds for the BV6000 original charger with the European Standard label.. That's why I'm asking, because this is a Chinese made phone.