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    I know the droid Maxx has wireless charging but I cannot get it to charge on my Qi charger. Both my Nokia windows phone & my note 3 worked just fine with my charger but I can't get my Maxx to charge. Please help!!

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    What kind of wireless charger are you using? I use one by Tylt that works great. I also have another one (can't remember manufacturer) sold at the Verizon store that works also

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    Choe Qi wireless charger. Bought it from Amazon last year...

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    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00C40OG22/...0-20&m1k=vb_ac

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    The center point for charging is the Moto logo on the back, which is not the center of the back, but slightly higher than center (it's even with the middle of the volume buttons). Try placing the logo on the center of the charger, if you haven't tried that already. If you have a case on the phone, try removing it - it might be too thick to allow charging.
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    Yes...I know about the charging point & no, no case. I don't like them. Will probably have to buy a new one...

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    The tylt vu charger is excellent. It's not sensitive about placement, it works every time.
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    The Amazon site says that you need to use a 2A charger for it to work with a Droid Maxx.
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    I know... using the one from my Note 3.

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    I'd recommend the Itian A6 Qi charger (kind of a clone of the Tylt Vu. It's less expensive than the Tylt and less finicky about device placement. It must have larger coils, because I can charge a Nexus 7 in portrait mode on the Itian, but not in the Tylt.
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    Since the phone uses Qi, and other phones work on your charging plate, I'd guess a defective phone.
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    For the sake of testing, especially since there have been some stories where the wireless charging can be finicky (in general, not specifically on these phones), I would try a different charger to plug the wireless base into, and if you can find a friend with a Qi charger, try your phone on it.
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