I have this charger https://zendure.com/products/superport-s3 it's a dual PD 65W charger and it still charges my Pixel6P at a ridiculously slow pace. Even with adaptive charging off. It's also a USB 3.0 charger that charges all my other devices very fast except for my P6P so there has to be something more to it IMHO.
This is the right answer.
Because to some people only Apple exists and marketing material MUST mention Apple. All other OEMs are an afterthought.
I just purchased that Baseus brick about 15 minutes ago to see if I can get 30W charging... I figured I would just return it if it didn't work (I'll find out tomorrow).Bought the Anker and expected 30 watts, getting 18 watts. Double tested...
I just guess that this is because of google ?
Went back to amazon. Got this one.
And it charges at 30 watts.
( nanner, nanner, I'm going full speed )
( have an inline meter )
The charging brick I got from Google always charges at about 9V from what I have seen in my testing. I didn't bring my inline meter to test what it does after reaching 100% charge, but it probably hadn't reached "full" 100% charge on your end; the phone itself should have over charging protection too.My concern with that 100 Watt Baseus... is that it "doesn't know when to quit". This morning, I used it and watched it. The percent got up to 100% / full and the volts was still 9V ( does it know any other ? ) -and- the current was staying at 0.36 amps. This was five minutes after reaching 100.
Question : did you see the current drop down to something small ? What is small current ? Is it 0.50 ?
Does this relatively high current at 100 percent mean that this laptop charger should NOT be used on the pixel ?
All those spec. & cert. numbers are marketing talk, so its smoke and mirrors ?
Final question : will a s/w fix be possible, or is this a h/w issue. ( zener diode )