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[Official] Qi Wireless Charging Discussion Thread

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By jayharper08, Senior Moderator - The Troll Whisperer on 29th November 2012, 02:53 AM
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5th December 2012, 03:57 PM |#21  
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http://www.bitmore.co.uk/products/sa...3-charging-kit

Is this legit, found after some google and it looks way better than what you guys have posted so far!
 
 
5th December 2012, 04:00 PM |#22  
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http://www.bitmore.co.uk/products/sa...3-charging-kit

Is this legit, found after some google and it looks way better than what you guys have posted so far!

you can start throwing all your cases, phone wallets and bumpers in the bin, they won't fit after using their charging cover.
5th December 2012, 06:21 PM |#23  
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Can you point me to where I can buy the yijieneng one?
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http://www.bitmore.co.uk/products/sa...3-charging-kit

Is this legit, found after some google and it looks way better than what you guys have posted so far!

I'm a fan of being able to use a backcover of my choice rather than that modified one. It probably works fine though.

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Can you point me to where I can buy the yijieneng one?

I heard that some members googled up their site and contacted them directly. I acquired my set via other means, so I don't know how well it works. AFAIK, the member who did this got their kit just fine, you just have to wait a few weeks due to it being shipped from china.

You can also get the energizer charging mat and just buy the receiver from them. up to you.
6th December 2012, 02:19 PM |#25  
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I'm a fan of being able to use a backcover of my choice rather than that modified one. It probably works fine though.

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I heard that some members googled up their site and contacted them directly. I acquired my set via other means, so I don't know how well it works. AFAIK, the member who did this got their kit just fine, you just have to wait a few weeks due to it being shipped from china.

You can also get the energizer charging mat and just buy the receiver from them. up to you.

Thanks, I'll give them a try directly.
6th December 2012, 06:39 PM |#26  
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seems like there a wireless charger giveaway if anyone here checked the other part of the accessories forum:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2033098
6th December 2012, 07:43 PM |#27  
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So what ever happened to Samsung releasing a wireless charging back plate/kit?
6th December 2012, 07:57 PM |#28  
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Verizon released their version which seems to work fine with all the SGS3 phones.
but they're interestingly always out of stock or really hard to find.

On the other hand, you can try out zens and directly contact the manufacturer to get it from them.
The transmitter pad are all compatible with each other as long as they're Qi. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
If it's Qi, it'll charge. If it says anything but Qi, it will not charge.
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7th December 2012, 12:43 AM |#29  
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Verizon released their version which seems to work fine with all the SGS3 phones.
but they're interestingly always out of stock or really hard to find.

On the other hand, you can try out zens and directly contact the manufacturer to get it from them.
The transmitter pad are all compatible with each other as long as they're Qi. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
If it's Qi, it'll charge. If it says anything but Qi, it will not charge.

That is not partially correct. There are at least 5 Chinese companies producing excellent Galaxy S3 Qi chargers and Qi receivers, but the Qi logo is not stamped on their parts. These are smaller (than Energizer/ Zens/ Etc.) companies that cannot afford (yet) to pay the US$20k + membership fee. However, they do confirm in their instructions/ advertising correctly as " Qi" compatible (which Powermat, Touchstone are not)
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That is not partially correct. There are at least 5 Chinese companies producing excellent Galaxy S3 Qi chargers and Qi receivers, but the Qi logo is not stamped on their parts. These are smaller (than Energizer/ Zens/ Etc.) companies that cannot afford (yet) to pay the US$20k + membership fee. However, they do confirm in their instructions/ advertising correctly as " Qi" compatible (which Powermat, Touchstone are not)

And it violates XDA rules to link to said Chinese retailers?
7th December 2012, 03:32 AM |#31  
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That is not partially correct. There are at least 5 Chinese companies producing excellent Galaxy S3 Qi chargers and Qi receivers, but the Qi logo is not stamped on their parts. These are smaller (than Energizer/ Zens/ Etc.) companies that cannot afford (yet) to pay the US$20k + membership fee. However, they do confirm in their instructions/ advertising correctly as " Qi" compatible (which Powermat, Touchstone are not)

unfortunately, I cannot speak for what I do not know. As far as the standard is concerned, if it has the logo that is approved, it is capable of working with all qi products. as for companies that can't register because they can't afford it.. that I do not know.

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