39
How To Wirelessly Charge Your Oneplus One.

  1. mohanbabhu
    Honeycomb Jul 14, 2014

    mohanbabhu , Jul 14, 2014 :
    cool...
     

  2. karawai
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 14, 2014


  3. mohanbabhu
    Honeycomb Jul 14, 2014

    mohanbabhu , Jul 14, 2014 :
    Technology is getting updated... when you adapt to new technology only you can be innovative person for next technology... This is my opinion....
     

  4. Nomelas
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 14, 2014

    Nomelas , Jul 14, 2014 :
    Technology is for lazy people, jeeze walk to the person's house if you want to talk to them and go to the library if you want to look something up. so lazy.
     

    Deactivated User and EvilAaron like this.
  5. SimonVer
    Cupcake Jul 14, 2014


  6. zineesh
    Froyo Jul 14, 2014


  7. Max Harry Johnson
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 14, 2014

    Max Harry Johnson , Jul 14, 2014 :
    The only 1A ones I'm aware of are ones made specifically for Samsung phones, but maybe you can take it apart and solder a microUSB cable on. Even the 750mA one I have doesn't have the best detection or the microUSB port is crappy. I'll just wait for someone who is good with circuitry and find out the correct +5V and Ground point on on the OPO'smotherboard. Then get one of the 1Amp receiver and solder it directly on.
     

  8. rhicks
    Gingerbread Jul 14, 2014

    rhicks , Jul 14, 2014 :
    A big like to the OP for this. People that have never wireless charging just don't get it. Yeah it's slower than normal usb charging but a heck of a lot more convenient once you get used to it. I'll order one of these and test on my OPO once Diztronic released their TPU case.
    For those of you that will ask, I already have a bunch of wireless chargers (Nokia DT-900) and for certain locations (work, kitchen) it's easier just to sit the phone down rather than having a usb cable dangling around. It's nice to know I can trickle charge when needed but easily grab the phone and go. It's the one thing I missed when going to the Moto X.
     

  9. vmk2310
    Jelly Bean Jul 14, 2014


  10. Mutantpotato
    KitKat Jul 14, 2014

    Mutantpotato , Jul 14, 2014 :
    Cool but not worth it if it takes an extra 30 minutes. >.> the One already takes its time to charge normally.
     

  11. ZoeyyeoZ
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 14, 2014

    ZoeyyeoZ , Jul 14, 2014 :
    It does not block NFC at least on the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7
     

  12. 4everKing77
    Gingerbread Jul 14, 2014


  13. ZoeyyeoZ
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 14, 2014

    ZoeyyeoZ , Jul 14, 2014 :

    Just like magic! You plug the device into a micro USB and then set your phone on it (in the case of the Nexus it "snaps" magnetically to it) and VOILA you are charging!
     

    4everKing77 likes this.
  14. 4everKing77
    Gingerbread Jul 14, 2014

    4everKing77 , Jul 14, 2014 :
    Cool :D
     

  15. beltran091387
    Cupcake Jul 15, 2014


  16. in10se
    Gingerbread Jul 15, 2014

    in10se , Jul 15, 2014 :
    Note: these pads are VERY slow. You're better off using a high capacity USB charger.
     

  17. yash patel
    Honeycomb Jul 15, 2014

    yash patel , Jul 15, 2014 :
    hey dont post all these waste as opo can be diretly wirelessly charged checked with nexus wireless charger
     

  18. inaudible101
    Gingerbread Jul 15, 2014

    inaudible101 , Jul 15, 2014 :
    You're an idiot. It is widely known that it does not wirelessly charge. The tear down even shows no inductive coil for receiving a wireless charge.
     

  19. ziprom
    KitKat Jul 15, 2014


  20. inaudible101
    Gingerbread Jul 15, 2014

    inaudible101 , Jul 15, 2014 :
    Works better if you put it in the microwave.