Fast Wireless Charger, Qi Wireless Charging Pad for Samsung Galaxy S8/ S8 Plus/, S7/ S7 Edge/S6 Edge Plus/Note 8/Note 5, and Standard Charge for Apple iPhone 8 / 8 Plus/X (No AC Adapter)(Black)
Qi Fast Wireless Charging Pad,support all models with QI wireless standard, fast charge , high efficient, non-slip design.
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Suitable for the following phones: Samsung Galaxy S8/ S8 Plus/, S7/ S7 Edge/S6 Edge Plus/Note 8/Note 5 Apple iPhone 8 / 8 Plus/X Nexus 7 2nd Gen/Nexus 4/Nexus 5/Nexus 6 Nokia Lumia 920/1020/928 /Lumia 950xl and Lumia 950
Notice: for iphone 6/6s/6plus/7/7plus.you need a receiver.
Package List: 1 * Qi Wireless Charging Pad 1 * USB Cable 1 * User Manual(English)
How to choose the best charger and cable for your smartphone
1) Choose the correct charger:
This is simpler. Each charger comes with a label or inscription informing the current in amperes ( A or mAh ) and the voltage in volts (V) .
The voltage should always be 5V and the current must be at least 2A or 2000mAh . Below these values, generally, will be little for any current appliance. The maximum is usually 3A or 4A .
2) Cable selection (USB, MicroUSB, etc)
It does not look like it, but this task is just as important as choosing the charger. And it’s usually a lot more complicated than it sounds. First, because the difference between a quality cable and an inefficient cable is not always “visible”. Second, store sellers (virtually everyone) can not tell which cable is the best, and therefore end up making only brand recommendations or assumptions.
EIGHT TIPS FOR YOU TO RECHARGE YOUR ANDROID PHONE FASTER
There is only one worse thing than a smartphone without battery: a smartphone without battery that takes recharging! This has certainly happened to many of us. We’ve extended our tips tutorial by adding three new secrets that will help with loading your Android. These new tips are number 1 , 2 , and 3 . Check them all out.
1 – Using USB ports
The USB ports are not known for the agility in charging smartphones, since this standard offers a load of only 0.5 ampere. For comparison purposes only, a conventional socket which accompanies the apparatus in the case transmits an average charge of 1 ampere.
If you do not have many alternatives around you, choose to use at least one USB 3.0 port, which transmits approximately 0.9 amps. This connection pattern has the blue door, unlike the traditional 2.0, which can usually be identified in black and white.
It is possible to optimize the USB ports of a PC using an Asus software. Unlike Apple’s OSX system, Windows for computers controls the release of electrical current that is sent to the USB ports, causing the load to be lower.
Ai Charger is a utility developed by ASUS that can force the computer to release a larger electrical current. So if you have USB ports as your best alternative, consider installing this utility on your computer.
The Ai Charger page informs that it is compatible only with Apple devices, however, I used the software with my Xperia for a long time and it worked the same way. Ai Charger is free and can be installed on any Windows computer through this page .
2 – Use the charger of a tablet
Tablet chargers offer slightly better electrical charge than the conventional charger that comes with smartphones. The charger for a tablet has just over 2 amps of power. Even with this increased amperage the tablet charger does not damage the smartphone battery.
3 – Close Multitasking Applications
When placing a device to load, try to close the processes in progress in the multitasking. Apps running in the background achieve a significant battery level and may interfere with the charging speed of your smartphone. When in doubt, close all open applications in the multitasking of your Android.
4 – Do not use parallel fonts
First, the basics: Almost everyone knows that recharging the device on your computer or laptop is a much slower process than recharging. Also, always use the charger that came with your smartphone or an equivalent replacement. Buying a very cheap pirate charger can come out more expensive in the end.
5 – Use airplane mode
Turn on airplane mode on your device to speed up loading. On most handsets, it is accessed with a long tap on the power button or by pulling the quick settings bar with two fingers from the top of the screen down. Airplane mode locks the device’s wireless connections, so you can not receive calls, messages, Internet access, etc. Despite this disadvantage, the device will recharge faster.
6 – Turn off the phone completely
On the other hand, if you do not need any function of the smartphone, it is best to turn it off completely while it is in the power outlet. This way, the battery will not be spent with incoming calls, vibration, notifications or updates and processes in the background.
7 – Disable unnecessary functions
Check if there is any unnecessary function connected, such as Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi, NFC, etc. Close all applications and stop all updates or backups automatic Google Play Store. The economy will be small but it can make a difference if you are in a hurry. In addition, everything can be restored to the previous state after the device has sufficiently recharged.
8 – Do not touch!
If you need your phone to be on, and you can not activate airplane mode because you are waiting for a call, resist the temptation to check it every thirty seconds. The screen is the biggest devourer of energy of the device. Turn it on as little as possible so that the battery recharges without cost.