The Galaxy S10 only has 3400 mAh battery but Samsung appears confident that it’s okay by making your phone a wireless portable power bank. Yes, that’s true. You can now charge other Qi-enabled devices using your Galaxy S10 Wireless PowerShare! Learn how to do it below.
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How to use Galaxy S10 Wireless PowerShare
Whether you’ve already tried using wireless charging before or not, we think that you’ll find Galaxy S10 Wireless PowerShare cool. Here’s how to use it on your S10:
- On any screen, swipe down on the Status bar (at the top). Swipe down from the top of the display to expand the ‘quick settings’ menu. If you don’t see Wireless Powershare option, swipe to the left to look for it.
- Tap Wireless PowerShare.
- Tap the Wireless PowerShare switch to turn on Switch on (upper-right).
- Place the center of your phone back to back with another device such as Galaxy Watch or Google Buds. Try to keep the devices line up the same way to prevent the one on top from slipping.
- Once done charging, remove the phone and pull down the notification shade. Once you see the notification for Wireless Powershare, tap it to expand it and tap Turn off to disable it.
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