How to Add Wireless Charging for Mobile Phones

How to Add Wireless Charging for Mobile Phones: Samsung

Wireless charging, also known as inductive charging, refers to charge your mobiles phones wirelessly, or without wires. Some of mobile phones on current market are made with built-in wireless charging technology, such as Nokia Lumia 930, Samsung Galaxy S7, Sony Xperia Z4V, while others don’t (here to see if your device is Qi wireless charging compatible).

However, no matter your device support wireless charging or not, we get methods to add wireless charging for mobile phones including Samsung, iPhone, HTC and more. Read on below for solutions:

 

If your mobile phone support wireless charging

You can easily add wireless charging to your mobile phone if it supports inductive charging. Let’s take Samsung Galaxy S6 edge as an example.

How to Add Wireless Charging for Mobile Phones: samsung wireless charging pad

A wireless charging pad is needed for all wireless charging requirements. Connect the Charging Pad to your device’s charging cable and then place your phone on the pad. For optimal performance, your device should be placed in the center of the pad.

The built-in LED indicator light will alert you if the device is not properly aligned and when a good charge alignment is acquired. If using a Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy Note5 or Galaxy S6 edge+, the pad will also alert you when your device is fully charged with a green LED indicator light. 

Just simply gets your wireless charging pad connected, and put your Samsung on, magic happens. Check the best wireless charging power bank & wireless charger.

 

If your mobile phone do not support wireless charging

Most of our mobile phones are actually not Qi wireless charging compatible. Then how can we add wireless charging for mobile phones like these? No worry, we do have smart devices to help get this through.

For Android phones, take a look at how to add wireless charging to HTC 10.  

You can add Qi wireless charging to any Android smartphone for under $10 with the DigiYes Micro USB Wireless Charging Receiver Module (port B works for most HTC devices). 

Just plug it into the micro USB port on your phone, wrap it around the back and hold it in place with your favorite smartphone case.

The guy in this video has successfully used the it with the HTC One (M8), HTC One (M7), Samsung Galaxy S5, Nexus 9 and a half dozen other Android devices without any issues.

But be careful, the wireless charging receiver in the video is not the Type-C port, so if you want to let your HTC 10 or Nexus 6P with the wireless charging function, please remember to buy the receiver with the Type-Port.

 

If you are using an iPhone, which are also not wireless compatible, try methods below:

2 methods and 3 tools are needed to add wireless charging for your iPhone. First and of course the most important device is a wireless charging pad/stand to provide energy for your iPhone. Then, get a wireless charging card from Amazon or EBay or any other online shop. Fitting is very simple: Just put the lightning cable in, and then fold the card on the back of your iPhone, finally put on your favorite case to fix the card. Now you can just put your iPhone on the Qi charging pad, and it starts to charge your phone.

The second option to charge your iPhone wirelessly is to have a wireless charging case. Pull out the flexible lightning pill and put on the case, then insert the pill back to its place. All you have to do next is put your iPhone on the charging stand, charging becomes very simple this way.

You can also charge your ipad wirelessly by steps in the link.

 

Now you have learnt how to add wireless charging for mobile phone, so no more wait, get your mobile phones charging wire-free and worry-free!

3 thoughts on “How to Add Wireless Charging for Mobile Phones

  1. I have a stylo 4 and put it on Qi wireless charging ad the bule lights pulsating does that mesn its charging

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    1. If it’s only stylo 4 without any Qi wireless charging receiver, I’m afraid that it can not be charged wirelessly.

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