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IN STOCK : LG G3 PMA Wireless Charging Chip for AT&T/Rogers/Bell

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14th August 2014, 09:28 PM   |  #1  
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The Qi version has a version 2 which has the adhesive sticker already incorporated. All you have to do is remove the 3M paper, apply to your battery door and apply the heat dispatching sticker. Pictures below are of the Qi version but the PMA version will look the same.




PLACE YOUR ORDER AT http://tinyurl.com/lgg3pmachip
ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS.


Current status:
- Order placed. PAYMENT SENT [9/22]
- Shipped out of China, on it's way to me (NY) [10/17]
- SHIPMENT OF CHIPS ARRIVED!!! [10/20]

GROUP 1 - SOLD OUT
- Begin packaging, printing shipping labels [10/20]
- ALL 50 PACKAGES SHIPPED OUT [10/21]

GROUP 2
- Begin packaging, printing shipping labels [10/20]
- ALL 50 PACKAGES SHIPPED OUT [10/21]

ORDERS
- All orders are being packed as orders are received and shipped out next day


REMINDER: DO NOT INSTALL HEAT DISPATCHING STICKER UNTIL YOU HAVE CONFIRMED THAT YOUR PHONE IS WIRELESSLY CHARGING.

Install the small rectangular sticker followed by the PMA sticker chip. Put the battery cover back on to your phone and test to make sure that the wireless charging is working. If it is not working, remove the battery cover and reposition the PMA chip and test again. Once it is confirmed working and wirelessly charging, Apply the heat dispatching sticker and put back your battery cover.

I say this because the heat dispatching sticker is hard to remove.






I own a Verizon LG G3 and have sold over 500 Qi wireless charging sticker chips. I've gotten lots of questions asking if the Qi chips will work on AT&T (of course, we all know that is a NO). But I have been communicating with a manufacturer and they have requested me to buy a AT&T LG G3 for them and ship it to them so they can do some research on the PMA wireless charging. If they are able to gather information from their research, there may be a PMA sticker chip for all you AT&T users rather than having to wait or transplant from a Quick Circle case.

Just wanted to give everyone a heads up. If it all works out, I'll look into purchasing a bunch of PMA chips and helping XDA like I did with the Qi.

For those curious, I have 1306 positive feedback on eBay (slickoffers).

I AM PROVIDING A SERVICE LIKE I DID WITH THE QI STICKER CHIPS FOR VERIZON, TMOBILE AND SPRINT USERS. I AM FORKING CASH UP FRONT TO ACQUIRE THESE STICKERS IN ORDER FOR ME TO GET THEM QUICKER TO YOU. I GET SHIPMENTS WITHIN 4 BUSINESS DAYS AND HAVE IT DELIVERED TO YOU WITHIN 2-5 DAYS (DEPENDING ON THE SHIPPING METHOD YOU CHOOSE) INSTEAD OF YOU WAITING 2-3 WEEKS FOR IT TO ARRIVE FROM ASIA OR NOT BEING ABLE TO HAVE IT DELIVERED TO YOUR STATE OR DON'T LIKE ORDERING FROM OVERSEAS. I AM NOT A BUSINESS AND SHIP THESE WHEN I GET HOME FROM MY FULL-TIME JOB. I WILL DO MY BEST TO SHIP OUT THE NEXT DAY BUT I DO HAVE OTHER OBLIGATIONS SUCH AS HOUSE CHORES AND HELPING MY PREGNANT WIFE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.

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15th August 2014, 01:55 AM   |  #2  
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I own a Verizon LG G3 and have been selling Qi sticker chips for wireless charging. I've gotten lots of questions asking if the Qi chips will work on AT&T (of course, we all know that is a no). But I have been communicating with the manufacturer who produces them and they have requested me to buy a AT&T LG G3 for them and ship it to them so they can do some research on the PMA wireless charging. If they are able to gather information from their research, there may be a PMA sticker chip for all you AT&T users rather than having to wait or transplant from a Quick Circle case.

Just wanted to give everyone a heads up. If it all works out, I'll look into purchasing a bunch of PMA chips and offer it to XDA like I did with the Qi.

I'm in!!

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I own a Verizon LG G3 and have been selling Qi sticker chips for wireless charging. I've gotten lots of questions asking if the Qi chips will work on AT&T (of course, we all know that is a no). But I have been communicating with the manufacturer who produces them and they have requested me to buy a AT&T LG G3 for them and ship it to them so they can do some research on the PMA wireless charging. If they are able to gather information from their research, there may be a PMA sticker chip for all you AT&T users rather than having to wait or transplant from a Quick Circle case.

Just wanted to give everyone a heads up. If it all works out, I'll look into purchasing a bunch of PMA chips and offer it to XDA like I did with the Qi.

As am I! I've been waiting for one of these since I got the phone. Thanks for taking the time and interest to look into it for us!
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You would be my favorite person ever. $60 is too much to spend on a back just to mutilate it.
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Sounds awesome. Please keep up posted!
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Sounds great! subscribed!

Question: if you can get a manufacturer to produce this, can it be made as slim as possible with no metal disk or magnet?

Thanks!
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Sounds great! subscribed!

Question: if you can get a manufacturer to produce this, can it be made as slim as possible with no metal disk or magnet?

Thanks!

I don't know what their plans are for producing or even if they can make it compatible with PMA. For cost and production, they may just produce it the same as what the Qi sticker chips are for Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint.
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I guess we will be standing by. Thanks again for your efforts!
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They should be receiving the phone on August 23rd. Hopefully they can start researching and find a solution quick. I told them to let me know as soon as they have confirmation and that it works. I've already bought 500 Qi stickers from them so I'm probably their #1 buyer. LOL.

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