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Default Has anyone tried this? Qi Wireless Charging Pad and Receiver Kit for Note 2

I kind of want to get one mainly because it does not need any tinkering with the device, just stick the receiver or position itself on top of the battery and close the back cover.

Device in the picture is the GS3 though the website says it's for the Note 2.



Link: http://www.qiwireless.com/astore/qi-...samsung-note2/
Price: $48.30
 
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I kind of want to get one mainly because it does not need any tinkering with the device, just stick the receiver or position itself on top of the battery and close the back cover.

Device in the picture is the GS3 though the website says it's for the Note 2.



Link: http://www.qiwireless.com/astore/qi-...samsung-note2/
Price: $48.30
Won't work with T-Mobile version though.

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Yeah, works alright. Wireless charging is kinda limited to 600-700ma or if you tinker with some wires and solder you should be able to run around 1-1.1A of charging current.
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To get wireless charging on the Verizon Note 2, you have to remove the back cover and solder 2 connectors or cut away the plastic concealing the 2 protectors - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slD4...e_gdata_player.

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Default Wirelss Charging pad and receiver for GS3

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I kind of want to get one mainly because it does not need any tinkering with the device, just stick the receiver or position itself on top of the battery and close the back cover.

Device in the picture is the GS3 though the website says it's for the Note 2.
I think they are different. I got the SainSonic wireless charging pad and receiver for mySamsung S3, so far they workes well.
 
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Yeah, it works well for me on my AT&T unit. Slow, but I use it overnight so it doesn't matter. I wish they would go ahead and release the damn OEM door already, because my charging pad comes loose now and then.
 
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I kind of want to get one mainly because it does not need any tinkering with the device, just stick the receiver or position itself on top of the battery and close the back cover.

Device in the picture is the GS3 though the website says it's for the Note 2.



Link: http://www.qiwireless.com/astore/qi-...samsung-note2/
Price: $48.30
I have that but with the "Input: 5v -- 1000mA" model and it works like a charm with n7105. I understand that there is very thin 2013 model (color green) of the receiver that fits better than the one that we have. Just stick it at the back, secure the two metal connectors with tape so that it would continuously stick to the metal connectors of the phone, and it'll work.
 
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Yeah, it works well for me on my AT&T unit. Slow, but I use it overnight so it doesn't matter. I wish they would go ahead and release the damn OEM door already, because my charging pad comes loose now and then.
I'm with you on wanting a new battery door. I hate the slight bulge on the back the charger coil creates. It doesn't affect the functionality but I'm a bit OCD so the fact that my phone is wobbly on a flat surface bothers the heck out of me.
 
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Default Has anyone tried this? Qi Wireless Charging Pad and Receiver Kit for Note 2

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Yeah, it works well for me on my AT&T unit. Slow, but I use it overnight so it doesn't matter. I wish they would go ahead and release the damn OEM door already, because my charging pad comes loose now and then.
Can two charging receivers share one charging pad?

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