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Sunvalley Brands via Amazon [amazon.com] has RAVPower 36W Qc 3.0 Car Quick Charger for $6.99 w/ code ECHOSBUD. Free Shipping with Amazon Prime.
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Great charger! Well worth it at this price.
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Does this quick charge with the cable that comes with iPhones?
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Technically iPhones don't have Qualcomm QuickCharge but it will charge quicker with this charger. The Apple-supplied cable will work fine.
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Does this quick charge with the cable that comes with iPhones?
It depends which cable you are referring to. If you are referring to the USB C to lightning, then no - this charger will not work with that cable. If you have an older USB to lightning, then yes, this charger will work.
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Is this also QC 2.0?
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Is this also QC 2.0?
QC 3.0 is backward compatible.
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Is this also QC 2.0?
No qc 3.0 and there are two ports
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Some reviewers complain that phone gets very hot while charging. Should I be concerned about it? I don't want to damage my phone.
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Some reviewers complain that phone gets very hot while charging. Should I be concerned about it? I don't want to damage my phone.
From Qualcom:
"Q: Can Quick Charge hurt my smartphone's battery?
A: Quick Charge operates within the design parameters of batteries found in most smartphones. It is just charging the battery the way it is designed to be charged.
Device manufacturers build smartphones with a specific battery that can accept a specific level of charge. The battery size and maximum current of each battery are design decisions made by the manufacturer and can vary from smartphone to smartphone, tablet to tablet and so on.
However, traditional battery charging technology does not come close to the full power requirements of today's large batteries. Quick Charge is designed to allow device manufacturers to achieve the full rated capability of the batteries they choose while still meeting the performance and safety standards set by the battery manufacturer."
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Some reviewers complain that phone gets very hot while charging. Should I be concerned about it? I don't want to damage my phone.
That isn't a function of the charger but the phone manufacturer. The charger will charge as fast as it's allowed by either a) it's own limits or b) the phone. Heating up a phone is a result of the phone manufacturer allowing the charger to charge as fast as it can and likely faster than other chargers, eventually heating up the battery more than what is expected of typical.
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I have this charger. It works really well it charges super fast. Never had a problem with my phone getting hot or anything.
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I've bought a couple of these in the past. One warning though, co-workers will steal them. They are awesome and charge my iPhone really quickly just don't let anyone borrow it.
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I am a total idiot with this stuff -- would this be safe to use with my Samsung Galaxy S10 or would I have a risk of screwing up the battery health or something like that? I'm always afraid to use chargers other than the one that come with the phones out of fear that it's the wrong power level or something. I need the phone to last! Thanks so much for your help with this.
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