Wireless Charging Receiver For Galaxy Smartphones?

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Today, we will be talking about Wireless Charging.

Many new phones like Nexus 4, Nexus 5, and the new Nexus 7 support wireless charging out of the box as it ships with a wireless charging module embedded.

For phones like Galaxy Note 3, Note 2, Galaxy S5, S4, and S3, you can also get the same capabilities by using Wiress Charging Receiver Module, which is a thin piece of film that will be able to convert electromagnetic fields into electricity into your battery, that all fits between your battery and your back cover.

Unlike custom cases that add bulk to your phone and won’t allow other cases to be used, the Wireless Charging Module is a slim piece of film that allow you to use any of your favorite cases.

To use this Wiress Charging Receiver Module, simply pull the back cover of your phone, place the Wiress Charging Receiver module on the back of the battery, and put your back cover on.

To get your Galaxy smartphone wireless charging, get a Wireless Charging Receiver Module:

And also you need any Qi-compatible Wireless Charger here.

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8 Responses

  1. Justin I says:

    Great video Max, doesn’t work with spigen slim armor and neo hybrid cases though… 🙁

    • Max Lee says:

      Doesn’t? Are you sure?

      • Justin I says:

        Well it didn’t, just tried again and work just fine. Possibly didn’t position it quite right or wasn’t patient enough. But got it to work now. Thanks for this awesomeness!

  2. sp says:

    What charging pad would you recommend?

  3. Mik says:

    Funny Vid – Very nice. As for the Receiver you link to, it has NFC built in and only charges at 600mAh. Doesn’t the Note 3 already have NFC capabilities? Know of any other receivers that charge at a higher mAh?

    • Mik says:

      Ok, got my answer. Higher mAh charging receivers don’t actually seem to charge the note any faster, and the receiver blocks the NFC signal from the battery, so having one built in to the receiver fixes that.

  4. Dustin says:

    Has anyone found a qi charging module for the note edge?

  5. Dustin says:

    Will there be a charging module for the note edge?