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Can the Nexus Wireless Charger used as a Car Phone Mount?

13th January 2014, 10:52 PM |#1  
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If I stick the charger vertically to my dashboard (to see the screen without taking my eyes from the road), is the magnet strong enough to hold the phone securely when the car is "jumping" (bumps in the roads, speed bumps and such) ?


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If I stick the charger vertically to my dashboard (to see the screen without taking my eyes from the road), is the magnet strong enough to hold the phone securely when the car is "jumping" (bumps in the roads, speed bumps and such) ?


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Waiting on the Airdock, but til then, I use the KENU Airframe and Nexus wireless charger.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2573184
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13th January 2014, 11:20 PM |#3  
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Waiting on the Airframe, but til then, I use the KENU Airframe and Nexus wireless charger.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2573184

You're waiting on the Airframe, but use the Airframe?
13th January 2014, 11:28 PM |#4  
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You're waiting on the Airframe, but use the Airframe?

LOL sorry meant AirDock from indiegogo
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Thanks, it doesn't look like the KENU Airframe holds the phone, just the charger, so it's kinda like glueing the charger to the dashboard or hold it in any other way, my biggest concern, as I mentioned on my first post, is how good the magnets of the charger will hold the Nexus 5 in case of bumps in the road or speed bumps.

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yes, it will. there are several threads about this if you had searched, including the car mount thread and nexus wireless charger thread
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Wireless Charger used as a Car Phone Mount
He not working well in when the car jumping on the road.
have you any solution...
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Thanks, it doesn't look like the KENU Airframe holds the phone, just the charger, so it's kinda like glueing the charger to the dashboard or hold it in any other way, my biggest concern, as I mentioned on my first post, is how good the magnets of the charger will hold the Nexus 5 in case of bumps in the road or speed bumps.

Thanks again (:

Airframe does hold the phone, I have one and it works perfect.
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