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How to test wireless charger?

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How to test wireless charger?

Just got another wireless charger from Amazon and it seems like it's charging very slow. Slower then my other charger even tho this one is supposed to be faster. Is there any way to test the charging speed?

When I tried googling it I could only find Ampere but the app won't let me install, it says it's not compatible with my phone

I have a Huawei p30 pro.
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did it came with a USB wall adapter or you are using your own?
Are you using the proper USB wall adapter that can output what your wireless charger can?
i.e. If you wireless charger can out up 10W and you are only a 5W USB wall charger, then it will be slower
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Keigotw wrote:
Sep 18th, 2019 1:12 am
did it came with a USB wall adapter or you are using your own?
Are you using the proper USB wall adapter that can output what your wireless charger can?
i.e. If you wireless charger can out up 10W and you are only a 5W USB wall charger, then it will be slower
I'm using the cable and wall adapter from my p30 pro so that can charge at 40w.
The wireless charger says it charges up to 15w
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Try Accubattery.

Are you using a case?
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Tha DraGun wrote:
Sep 18th, 2019 3:46 pm
I'm using the cable and wall adapter from my p30 pro so that can charge at 40w.
The wireless charger says it charges up to 15w
From my understanding of how this work, it's all based on what the p30 pro prefers as it's dependent on the device. So maybe even though the p30p can charge at 40w with it's own charger, but if you found a 50w charger, it might not even charge as quick and could possibly even be slower
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Keigotw wrote:
Sep 18th, 2019 9:51 pm
The Huawei P30 can support wireless charging but you’ll need to buy this accessory
https://www.malaymail.com/news/tech-gad ... cc/1737725

https://www.technobezz.com/how-to-fix-h ... ng-issues/

https://www.easyacc.com/media-center/be ... 0-pro-p30/
I have p30 PRO. It has wireless charging. I have a 10w wireless charger that works good. My new 15w charger seems to be charging really slow. I don't know for sure tho thats why I wanted to test it.
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