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.
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
So how do you use Power Share on Samsung Galaxy S10? Follow the steps below.
- Unlock your device (the one used for charging, not the one that needs to be charged) and swipe down the Status bar.
- Swipe down again to reveal the Quick Settings. Search for Wireless Power Share button.
- If you could not find it, it may be on the next page. Swipe to the left to see remaining quick settings.
- Tap on Wireless Power Share. Enable it via the toggle on the upper-right corner.
- Place the device on the center of another device’s backside. Both the devices should be placed touching the backs.
- Let it charge and when done, remove the phone and turn off Wireless Power Share.
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.
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