The technology in our Android smartphones is improving all of the time, and it’s never been better to invest in a new smartphone if you haven’t recently. One of the reasons we recommend this, is that many newer Android devices now come with a wireless charging feature. This unique feature allows users to ditch their charging cables, and instead use a wireless chip in the rear of their devices, alongside a wireless pad, to keep their device charged and usable. However, we should point out that this isn’t a feature available on every Android device, so make sure you check the details out online. Despite this, there are a great number of compatible devices; so in this tutorial, we’ll be showing you how to wirelessly charge your Android phone.
Step 1: Plug your wireless charging pad into a power socket near your phone. You can find a range of cheap, trusted brands available through many online outlets.
Step 2: Turn your device around and place the back of your device on the pad. You’ll need to make sure the device is securely placed in the centre of the pad.
Step 3: Wait until the charging icon on your smartphone now appears. This may take a few seconds to appear, but if it doesn’t, you’ll need to readjust your smartphone until it appears and works on your device.
The primary benefit of knowing how to wirelessly charge your Android phone is that a full charge is vastly quicker than a traditional cable-based charging cable. It’s also a bit better on the electricity bill on the end of the month! If you’ve followed all of our steps correctly, you’ll have learnt how to wirelessly charge your Android phone.
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