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posted 2014-01-03 19:01:20 +0300

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I've only noticed that on some QI charger pads that have build in charger logic (like the Nokia charger). I havent noticed such behaviour on generic QI charger.

Have you tried with multiple different QI charger pads to rule out that it would be the QI charged pads fault?

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I've only noticed that on some QI charger pads that have build in charger logic (like the Nokia charger). I havent noticed such behaviour on generic QI charger.

Have you tried with multiple different QI charger pads to rule out that it would be the QI charged pads fault?fault? As if pad has some logic to stop sending power it could cause such behaviour (as then there would be the logic on phone side to start and stop and logic on pad side to start and stop, and they could go out of sync). But generic dummy QI charger does not have logic, and phone logic should work ok.

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I've only noticed that on some Nokia QI charger pads that have build in built-in charger logic (like the Nokia charger). logic. I havent noticed such behaviour on generic QI charger.

Have you tried with multiple different QI charger pads to rule out that it would be the QI charged pads fault? As if pad has some logic to stop sending power it could cause such behaviour (as then there would be the logic on phone side to start and stop and logic on pad side to start and stop, and they could go out of sync). But generic dummy QI charger does not have logic, and phone logic should work ok.