Do you want to turn on reverse wireless charging on your Galaxy S23 series or S22 series? This post will teach you how to enable and use wireless power share on Samsung Galaxy S23/S22/S21 and other eligible devices.
Meanwhile, several Samsung phones have reverse wireless charging in addition to conventional wireless charging. Your Galaxy phone may wirelessly charge Bluetooth items and other smartphones that support Qi technology using a feature known as Wireless Power Sharing.
Which Galaxy Devices Support Reverse Wireless Charging?
Wireless PowerShare is a feature of all the significant Samsung flagships that have been released in recent years. This comprises the subsequent devices:
- Galaxy S10 series
- Galaxy Note 10 series
- Galaxy S20 series, including S20 FE
- Galaxy Z Flip 3/4 and Fold/2/3/4
- Galaxy Note 20 series
- Galaxy S21 series, including S21 FE
- Galaxy S22 series
- Galaxy S23 series
How to Enable Wireless Power Share on Samsung S23/S22/S21
1. Go to the Settings app.
2. Tap Battery and device care.
3. On the Device care screen, tap Battery.
4. Select Wireless power sharing.
5. Enable and then set the Battery limit. Charging will stop when your phone reaches the battery percentage you set.
How to Use Reverse Wireless Charging on a Galaxy
- Keep your Galaxy phone face down.
- Put the smartphone or Bluetooth attachment in the device’s middle
- The wireless power transfer procedure must function with the charging coils of both devices aligned with one another
- If you have problems, take the cover off your phone and the gadget you need to charge, then try re-aligning them
- When the devices are properly aligned, the charging procedure will begin automatically.
Samsung’s version of reverse wireless charging has a 4.5W power output, but since wireless charging doesn’t always work as well as it should, the power delivered to the device being charged will be less. Your phone’s power loss won’t be proportionate either. For instance, if the reverse wireless charging process causes your Galaxy phone to lose 30% of its power, the other device won’t gain the same amount of battery life.
Although it is slow, Wireless PowerShare is best used to recharge Bluetooth devices like smartwatches, headphones, and other accessories that enable Qi wireless charging. Other phones can be charged, but it will take a long time. The cable connection is still the quickest way to charge your Galaxy phone or accessories. The Galaxy Watch or wireless earphones may be charged with the 4.5W output because even the included adapter has the same amount of power.
That’s all. This is how you can use and enable wireless power share on your Samsung Galaxy S23/S22/S21 and other eligible Galaxy device.