I did a little research and could not find anything. Please point me in the right direction if I missed it...
Here are my symptoms:
When turned off and plugged into the wall with the stock charger (or any charger), the phone charges but will not turn on. If I try to turn it on, the LED flashes red...Using the wireless charger from Google, the phone charges only when turned on.
I have a Nexus 7 factory-included charger and I was wondering if I could safely charge my Nexus 4 with it. Reading from the specs printed on the chargers, the N7 charger outputs 2.0A at 5.0V, while the N4 charger outputs 1.2A at 5.0V. If it's safe, would it affect the N4's battery longevity in the long term? Considering it would be charged with a higher current.
Will I be able to wireless charge my nexus 4 without the official wireless charging dock from Google. Here's my hunch I have an Xbox 360 battery pack charger but its wireless one I picked it up for about 10 quid and its in the garage somewhere and I don't wanna be making a meas trying to find it when I can get the answer on here.
A user over at Android Central posted a picture he is alleging is the magnetic pogo charger for the Nexus 10. The user, known as jstevenkim, went on to say the charger will be available on Amazon and eBay within the next 10 days for around $19.95 to $24.99 USD. There’s no way of telling if this is legit (other than waiting 10 days to see what happens) but, like Mulder, I want to believe.
Google’s wireless charging pad for the Nexus 4, 5, and 7 are finally available on the Google Play Store, 3 weeks after its initial announcement. Its official name is the Nexus Wireless Charger and costs $49.99 (plus tax and shipping). Shipping time is currently listed as 1-2 days and is only available in the U.S. and Canada.