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4 See post 118 Hey guys, I got this same issue with two TYLT chargers and two different Nexus 5's. I have read about a short term solution that so far seems to work. Cause of overheating: 1. When the phone is placed against the charger, but ...
2 That would awesome! Maybe TYLT will post a pdf of it on their website as a permanent solution... Ok guys, will do on the DIY. Look for it posted in this thread by Saturday morning EST. If TYLT uses that as their fix, I better get some free ...
1 Very interesting. I assume that the cable could be easily patched later on if desired? Don't suppose you have a picture of that by any chance? Yes, you could un-solder one of the two coil leads from the circuit board. However, taking the charg...