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kismet110



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Cup Holder Wireless Charger - anyone get it to work?

As per the subject.

Maybe I'm missing something but I take off the cover of my Samsung S8+, insert into the above and nothing happens.

Engine is running, doors and boot shut, tried removing and inserting a few times, cleaned the handset etc. but the charge indicator on the mobile itself doesn't change nor do any lights come on, not even a red one indicating a fault.

Any suggestions (aside from throwing it in the bin) would be most welcome!

Post #556805 Fri May 18 2018 11:06am
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Tim in Scotland



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kismet110



Member Since: 09 Oct 2010
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^^^

This isn't the Apple-specific one rather the universal jobbie that should charge any handset which supports wireless charging - handset is inserted into the centre holding it firmly:





Not tried an iPhone but when my son is home later may try his to see if that works.

Annoying as mine works flawlessly at home using a generic £15 wireless charger yet the no doubt far more expensive in-car one is not playing ball...

Post #556816 Fri May 18 2018 12:01pm
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