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No. Is not. Apple and Android use completely different cable ends. This is for Apple products only.
ahouse321
· November 3, 2018
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I can’t give an exact measurement. But I have a Honda CR-V and when this is plugged in my phone can rest on the dash behind my steering wheel so I can see maps, or can sit on the passenger seat.
Karen
· June 26, 2018
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I have the black one and it is coiled
JUST SAYIN'
· April 2, 2019
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I’m not sure, but I can tell you that the plug in part that goes to your phone/nano works for iPhone 5 and up. It’s the newer plug that is the same shape all on both sides. If your nano has the shape like a letter “D”, then this won’t work.
Elizabeth W.
· September 28, 2018
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The little one.
edward h
· June 8, 2019
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Yes-if it is plugged in, it is drawing power, but not much. But-I was told, you do not want to leave it plugged in-take it out and only plug it in AFTER you have started your car (if you are starting your car-it really drains the battery and can start to wreck your phone battery as well). However-you can charge your ph… see more Yes-if it is plugged in, it is drawing power, but not much. But-I was told, you do not want to leave it plugged in-take it out and only plug it in AFTER you have started your car (if you are starting your car-it really drains the battery and can start to wreck your phone battery as well). However-you can charge your phone without the car running. So, say you lost power in your house-you can plug it into your outlet and just charge your phone...not much battery power is used. see less Yes-if it is plugged in, it is drawing power, but not much. But-I was told, you do not want to leave it plugged in-take it out and only plug it in AFTER you have started your car (if you are starting your car-it really drains the battery and can start to wreck your phone battery as well). However-you can charge your phone without the car running. So, say you lost power in your house-you can plug it into your outlet and just charge your phone...not much battery power is used.
Nancy Kaetchen
· July 29, 2019
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Not sure but super fast charging!
J. Beebe
· August 24, 2018
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yes
ALEX G.
· November 1, 2019
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It already is available
James…
· October 9, 2019
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Dear Sir,

No, it won't. Echo has its own power cord.

A manufacturer
Manufacturer · August 19, 2019