How to use Wireless PowerShare on Samsung Galaxy Phone?

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Samsung has developed Wireless PowerShare, a new and interesting feature that allows you to turn your Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, and Z Flip smartphone into a wireless charger.

It basically implies that Samsung smartphones can wirelessly charge other cell phones. Wireless PowerShare can charge your Samsung smartwatch and earbuds, in addition to smartphones.

How To Use Wireless PowerShare On Samsung Galaxy Phone?

In this post, I am going to tell you how to use Wireless Powershare on your Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

How to use Wireless PowerShare on your Samsung Galaxy phone?

  • First, go to your notification panel.
  • Activate “Wireless PowerShare”, to do this simply tap on the option.
  • Place your phone facedown on a sturdy surface, like a table.
  • Place the other phone which needs to be charged on the center of the phone. You can do the same for the Samsung smartwatch, and earbud.
  • If you place your phone correctly, your smartphone will show the charging screen. If you are charging a smartwatch or earbud then their charging light should illuminate.
  • Once the other device is charged to the preferred level, simply separate both devices.

How To Turn On/Off Wireless PowerShare on your Samsung Galaxy phone?

  • First, go to your notification panel.
  • Tap on the “Wireless PowerShare” to turn it off, or on.

What Can You Charge With Wireless PowerShare?

  • You can charge any smartphone devices of any brand which are Qi-certified.
  • You can also charge your Samsung smartwatch, and earbuds, such as Galaxy Watch Active2, Galaxy Watch Active, Gear Sport, Gear S3, Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Buds+, and Galaxy Buds.
  • With Wireless PowerShare you can charge other brand smartphones but you can’t charge other brand smartwatches, earbuds, etc.
  • If your smartphone battery is lower than 30% then Wireless PowerShare may not work.
  • Also, wireless powershare may not work with certain accessories and covers.

For more information visit our guide What Is Wireless Powershare? And For more Smart Devices Guide please visit here.

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