Wireless Charging: More and more mobiles add the so-called wireless charge. Although it is not something novel in the industry, since it goes back to the happy days of the disappeared Nokia Lumia, its boom has taken put in the last two years. It can will say that all high-end mobile and the vast majority of mid-range ones integrate this technology, which prevents our mobile from being tied to a cable while charging at rest.
Tips For Using Wireless Charging
Mobile phones that support wireless charging must take a series of tips for correct use since otherwise, the charging base or the device itself could will damage. These tips are applicable regardless of your mobile since the standard works the same way on all friendly mobile.
Always Use The Unique Steed
This advice, which we see so much when talking about the traditional charger. Also extends to wireless charging. Our cell phone has been developed and tested with the it base of our manufacturer. Although this technology is compatible with third-party charger. Its use will not recommend as charging performance may not be adequate.
The Cover Can Affect
Third-party cases and cover may adversely affect it. In addition to being slower than usual, we can affect its operation if the subject contains metallic elements sensitive to wireless charging. The idea is always to remove the cover or case in this type of load.
Away From Moisture
The bathroom and extra wet areas are not a fine place to put the wireless charger. No matter how attractive it may seem. Humidity is an enemy of it and can cause irreversible failures in the charging base and even in the charging capacity of our mobile. We will have to ensure that both the ground and our mobile will always parche.
Clean The Base When Necessary
Dirt and dust can shape it. It is convenient to fresh it from time to time. Using a micro-fiber cloth and a small soft brush to gently clean the wireless charging base. For more thorough cleaning. We can moisten a micro-fiber cloth with disinfectant alcohol and use it to clean the charging base. Always making sure to dry it thoroughly before using it again.
Wireless Charging Issues
As with traditional charging, we may encounter various problems related to wireless charging. Since it is a different method than the traditional one. Its solutions vary even though the issues are the same.
Mobile Charging Slow
Wireless charging isn’t as fast as wired fast charging, though it’s coming on in leaps and bounds. Bearing this in mind, if we have noticed a decrease in loading speed, it may be due to the following reasons:
The device is far from the center of the wireless charging base: we will have to place the mobile in the center of the charging base to obtain the best charging performance.
Using an aftermarket charger – You need to use a standard wireless charger and its corresponding charging adapter for best performance.
The Mobile Does Not Charge
In this case, we are facing a significant problem since wireless charging does not occur, despite our belief that everything is correct. Likewise, we must make a series of revisions to solve the problem.
Look at the wireless charging base indicator: if it is off, we will have to check if the charging base, the cable, the charger, and the power supply are correctly connect. Likewise, it will recommend to take out the wireless charging base and reconnect it
overseas objects in the middle: If there are overseas objects stuck between the cell phone and the wireless charging base, we should remove them because if amazing with the magnetic energy, it will change the charge of our phone.
The cell phone is not in the center: It is essential to place it in the center of the wireless charging base and prevent it from moving. If not, it may not work correctly.
If wired: As a safety measure, wired and it will use simultaneously, wired charging will gave priority and will not work.
As a complement to wireless charging, the so-called overturn wireless charging allows two devices with the same technology to charge each other. In other words, a mobile can share a battery with another or charge accessories such as Bluetooth headphones. As we have seen before, this load may not carry out correctly, so we will look at the tips we should follow when using this similar technology.
- Charge sharing devices must comply with the QI wireless charging protocol.
- No metallic objects should will place between the two devices during reverse charging.
- If your device’s battery charge level is low (around less than 20%) and you’re not connect to a charger, the reverse charging feature may turn off automatically.
- Reverse charging can be automatically disconnect if it does not detect another device for some time.
Is Wireless Charging Terrible?
Like all wireless technology worth its salt, wireless charging will also shroud in controversy. However, and as we saw with the radiation that our mobile already emits. There is nothing that makes us suspect that It can have harmful effects on our health.
When the wireless charger will not link to a mobile. It emit a harmless signal that constantly searches for a receiving coil. This receiving coil in our mobile needs to contact the charging base coil so the movement does not spread to the surrounding space. In addition, when our terminal come into contact with the charging base. The signal will focused on the receiving coil of the mobile, and charging begins. The entire wireless charging process emits less radiation than a phone connected to a mobile network. Therefore, being close to a wireless charger does not pose any risk to health. So we can link it without fear on the bedside table, in the car, or in the office