Amazon Basics 10W Qi Certified Wireless Charging Pad (No AC Adapter)
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The answer is yes!
Most likely, this will not be a good work, but you should do your research to make sure it's safe before you try it. The metal case has to be thin enough to allow it to function anyway if it can be used.
Nearly sure of what I am going to say. As far as I know, it charges both iPad Minis and iPhone SEs as well as Android phones.
Selected User Reviews For Amazon Basics 10W Qi Certified Wireless Charging Pad (No AC Adapter)
This phone sometimes makes a slight beeping noise when I sleep. I rest my phone right next to me on my nightstand while sleeping, so that's the only thing I Furthermore, the charging pads get very hot very quickly, and my phone is always warm while it's on the Would it be possible that it is.
The USB cable is very thin and obtrusive, it's an excellent choice no matter how you use it The C connector is used instead of the micro There is no problem with USB. With this pad you need no power supply). Despite having four other wireless charging pads that I use with the same phone and none of them have these problems, and one of these pads is the Anker PowerWave pad that I am using with the same power source. A Galaxy S8 is the phone. As a result, it looks nice, but isn't really usable due to it getting so hot and I'm not sure whether it will damage the battery or worse, set fire to the phone. It might work better with a different power source or device, however.
It is really easy to use, and I have found that it will charge just about any modern device at my desk at work. It also looks pretty nice. Plug your device in and when you come back, you can collect it. No cables to deal with. There is a charge on it. Multi-device scenarios can be easily handled with the solution. It will work on any Qi-enabled device, and changing cords will be much easier than having to have many different cords. I'm in love with.
I advise you not to buy. I have been using it for less than a week and suddenly it just flashes blue and doesn't let me charge it. This is junk. Purchase is not a good idea.
Served 3 months in prison then died. There was a problem with it recognizing phones for a week or two, then the power lights turned off and it wouldn't charge. Although I could at least replace the cable, the proprietary cord isn't compatible with anything I have so I thought I'd save a few bucks with it. I have lots of Anker stuff and this was just an impulsive decision.
This is difficult for one member of the family. Those who do not do so. Although it is a bit pricey, it is a good value for money and helps clear up.
A few weeks ago, I bought another Amazon Basics 15W wireless charging pad because I was so pleased with it. Having one on my nightstand and one in my kitchen is now my state. There are reviews on Amazon that claim the blue blinking charging light is a hassle, but this is not the case! When you are charging the phone, you don't even notice it.