How To Charge Your Phone Faster

How-To-Charge-Your-Phone-FasterHow To Charge Phone Faster:

Smart phones nowadays are like a backbone for modern day life. Leaving all the other specs of the mobile aside , it must have big battery. Now after the battery , comes the charging. Many people might be looking out for methods to quickly charge their device. Don’t worry , we’ve got some methods for you through which you can charge your phone faster and make sure you don’t miss out important moments.

#1.Get The Right Charger To Charge Your Phone Faster:

Many Android phones support fast charging, which delivers a whopping 15 watts and can therefore charge your phone much more quickly. You’ll find a good list of fast charging phones on the Qualcomm website (you don’t need to have a Qualcomm processor; just Qualcomm’s power system).

Most Manufacturers Deliver Their Device with 1A charger which is slow. Most of the devices support 2Amp Charger so check the charger before buying.

 

2.1-amp

0.75-Amp

2.Monitor Current:

Get the app Ampere from play store. Here’s the link .With this app you can measure current of the charger

Here are some screenshots

Charging with 5v~2Amp Charger

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Charging with 5v~0.75Amp

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Note: This app is not 100% accurate and may require root.

Check Out our Rooting Guide

3.Turn The Aeroplane Mode ON:

 

Charge Your Phone Faster

It won’t receive calls or messages while it’s in airplane mode, but it’s worth it to have a device that will last  for the next few hours. Aeroplane Mode Turns the wireless radios of your device off. Hence, the phones is drawing less power and getting recharged fast.

4.Switch it off:

Turning your phone off completely will allow it to recharge even faster than putting it in aeroplane mode. Again, you might miss out on a few notifications while it is off.

5.Check if your Device has Qualcomm’s Quick Charge technology: 

Quick Charge 2.0 chargers can support 5V, 9V or 12V (volts) and up to 3A (Ampere) and 60W. Quick charge 1.0 could support 5V and 2A (10W). Many chargers on the market support 5V 1A, and standard computer USB ports output a minimum of 5V, 0.5A. There are many more variations that land somewhere in between. Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 has been introduced but not yet implemented into any device.

Here’s our article about new snapdragon processors with quick charge 3.0 

Something about quick-charge

A quick-charge enabled phone will always try to draw as much power as it can, whether the power source is QC-certified or not. But it won’t ever draw more than 2A, for safety reasons. Incidentally, small details such as cable quality (I’m serious), cable length and other factors that could create power-loss from the power supply to the phone could affect charging speed

However to enjoy the full  quick charge(to charge your phone faster) experience you have to buy a charger which is Quick Charge Certified.

Here’s the link to find out if your device supports Quick Charge or not

NOTE: Though these methods are a good way to charge your phone faster , techmobilizer.com is not responsible for any damage incurred to your device by using these methods.

Guided and Edited byPiyush Batra

Originally written by kalpesh.

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  1. Chinmay February 13, 2016

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