I have been using the Wireless charging pad and card for a few weeks now and love it. I also noticed that the charging pad works with my friends LG Spectrum 2 and a few other devices with the Qi Wireless charging adapter added to it. This is easily the best charging pad there is for the Galaxy S4 and I would recommend it to anyone looking for Wireless charging for any device.
Just returned home from a business trip and was pleasantly surprised that my Wiqiqi Galaxy S4 wireless charging kit had finally arrived! So far I have to say, I'm impressed. I ordered it through the monster watts promotion well over a month ago for $55 delivered. It comes with everything you need but uses the OEM Samsung charging plug. It works nice and charges relatively fast.
Hello, my name is jackson and I use the slackware 13, I am learning now, and I have a problem with my wireless conection, I don´t get to active my wireless card
what I can do to active my wireless function in slackware 13
with lspci comannd I can see is a broadcom wireless controller but I don´t get to active
Item Description: Samsung S4 Wireless Charging Battery Cover and Samsung Wireless Charging Pad
Price: Looking for $75
Condition: 10 out of 10. Like buying it band new
Includes: Wireless Charging back and Samsung Wireless charging pad
Item Location: Bismarck, ND
Shipping Details: Standard Priority mail paid by me. Usually 2 or 3 business days.
Life is about to get just a little sweeter for owners of the Verizon variant of the Galaxy S III smartphone. Fresh off reports of third party wireless charging kits being on the way, the gang at PhoneArena obtained some confidential information indicating Verizon’s flavor of the device has a wireless charging kit on the way.
2014 could be the year where wireless charging technologies really take off as a selling point for mobile devices, at least if Samsung has a say. A report on Korean web site ETNews indicates Samsung is working on a new wireless charging technology that uses magnetic resonance.
One of the best features of Google’s new Nexus 4 is its native wireless charging capabilities, but until now, wireless charging has been convenient, but not actually useful. I will contest to how nice it is to be able to drop your device onto a pad and not have to worry about cables, but unfortunately it severely limits those who want to use their device while charging.