Your Samsung Galaxy S10 has a non-removable Li-Ion 3400 mAh battery. If you use your phone lightly and do not play games on it too often and for a long period of time, then that battery capacity can run the phone for the whole day. However, you use your Galaxy S10 heavily, play games for a prolonged period, or you’re simply on your phone with GPS, WiFi, and other services on, then you will notice it is hard for your phone to survive the day in a single charge. You could take your charger with you wherever you go, or you could use Wireless Power Share to wirelessly take juice form other Qi-enabled devices. Here’s how to use Wireless PowerShare on Samsung Galaxy S10.

Use Wireless PowerShare on Samsung Galaxy S10

This could come handy when you are in need if your phone to do some time-sensitive work, but your phone is out of juice. If you are with someone with a Qi-enabled device, you could simply take some of the juice. There are a ton of such devices so the odds of finding or being with someone with a Qi-enabled device are likely. Below is the list of popular Qi-enabled devices;

  • Apple iPhone: 8, 8 Plus, X
  • Samsung Galaxy: S9, S9+, Note 5, Note 8, S8, S8+, S7, S7 Active S7 Edge, S6, S6 Edge
  • LG: V30, G6 (US version only), G4 (optional), G3 (optional)
  • Microsoft Lumia: 1520, 1020, 930, 929, 928, 920
  • Google Nexus: 4, 5, 6, 7 (2013)
  • BlackBerry: Priv, Z30
  • Motorola: Droid Maxx, Droid Mini, Droid Turbo, Droid Turbo 2, Moto X Force
  • Nokia Lumia: 735, 830,920,928,929 / Icon,930,1520
  • Asus Padfone S

Use Wireless PowerShare

So how do you use Power Share on Samsung Galaxy S10? Follow the steps below.

  1. Unlock your device (the one used for charging, not the one that needs to be charged) and swipe down the Status bar.
  2. Swipe down again to reveal the Quick Settings. Search for Wireless Power Share button.
  3. If you could not find it, it may be on the next page. Swipe to the left to see remaining quick settings.
  4. Tap on Wireless Power Share. Enable it via the toggle on the upper-right corner.
  5. Place the device on the center of another device’s backside. Both the devices should be placed touching the backs.
  6. Let it charge and when done, remove the phone and turn off Wireless Power Share.

Use Wireless PowerShare

This feature can’t be used if the battery level falls below 30%. This feature can also be used when the device giving the juice is connected to a wired charger, turning the device into a charging mat.

Also Read:


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here