This is how you can charge your device directly from your Samsung Galaxy S10. Galaxy S10 + o Galaxy S10e uses reverse wireless charging function. Named as Wireless PowerShare, Samsung Galaxy The S10 series comes with practical functions that make the cell phone act as a wireless charging pad. It is perfect for charging such accessories. Galaxy Shoot or even share your juice with other phones. To avoid unnecessary loss of energy and pressure, this function turns off when not in use and used, it must first be activated. In front of us, we have explained how to enable reverse wireless charging on Samsung Galaxy S10 series phones.
Since the number of accessories that require charging has increased along with the capacity of the cell phone battery, it is quite logical to find ways to use a battery to charge the accessory. Instead of using cables, the engineer thought, wireless charging was the best answer. Also, the wireless charging function can be extended to many devices without worrying about compatibility except for wireless charging support. Continue forward to read all the steps necessary to use reverse wireless charging.
How to enable reverse wireless charging / Wireless PowerShare on Samsung Galaxy S10 series
Here are the steps you need to take to have reverse wireless charging on your cell phone.
Step 1 – From any screen, pull down the notification panel.
Step 2 – Now, scroll through the top buttons and search Wireless PowerShare icon This should be a battery symbol with a horizontal arrow pointing to the right. If you can't find it, just select the menu icon and rearrange the buttons.
Step 3 – To enable reverse wireless charging, touch Wireless PowerShare icon
Step 4 – Now take the device you want to charge, flip it over Galaxy S10 ends and simply leaves the other device behind.
Step 5 – After charging is complete, you can turn it on and off again Wireless PowerShare.
That is enough for that! Comfortable isn't it? Charging speed is not a major advance, but is expected from a cell phone that is not a special charger. Also, by reversing wireless charging, you won't be able to use your phone because you must lay it face down on a flat surface. The phone will stay on but you will not have access to the screen.
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