05-10-2016 05:41 PM
1. Has anyone timed to see how far the quick charge is? I was going to time it from 0% to 100%. But I never get it all the way down.
04-30-2016 04:57 PM
2. I wouldn't suggest anyone to attempt (purposely) a 0% charge since that's bad... But if someone happened to due to life well.. Then we could find out .
04-30-2016 08:51 PM
3. My phone was at 23% the other day and I plugged it into the qc2 charger that came with the phone and it said it would take 1hr52 mins to fully charge. I unplugged it and connect my phone to a qc3 charger and it said it would take 52 mins, so there's quite a difference between the two standards.
05-01-2016 04:11 AM
4. I went from 3% to 100% in an hour and 10 minutes.
05-01-2016 09:53 AM
5. I wouldn't suggest anyone to attempt (purposely) a 0% charge since that's bad... But if someone happened to due to life well.. Then we could find out .
I would never try from 0%. But if it happens. It happens.
05-01-2016 10:01 AM
6. From 35% last night to 100% it took me about 45 minutes.
05-04-2016 04:29 AM
7. Or the length of an episode of the Blacklist
05-04-2016 04:29 AM
8. I did 0-100% in exactly 1 hour n 16 minutes

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05-10-2016 10:16 AM
9. My phone was at 23% the other day and I plugged it into the qc2 charger that came with the phone and it said it would take 1hr52 mins to fully charge. I unplugged it and connect my phone to a qc3 charger and it said it would take 52 mins, so there's quite a difference between the two standards.
That shouldn't be the case, so perhaps there is a difference in the voltage of the 2.0 charger or the readout wasn't accurate. I'd probably compare real world results rather than the phone predictions.

3.0 and 2.0 both charge at the same max power (18W), the only difference is the voltage range allowed by each standard. 2.0 is 5v-12v, 3.0 is 3.2v to 20v, so 3.0 allows the charge to be more efficient if properly setup.
05-10-2016 03:15 PM
10. That shouldn't be the case, so perhaps there is a difference in the voltage of the 2.0 charger or the readout wasn't accurate. I'd probably compare real world results rather than the phone predictions.

3.0 and 2.0 both charge at the same max power (18W), the only difference is the voltage range allowed by each standard. 2.0 is 5v-12v, 3.0 is 3.2v to 20v, so 3.0 allows the charge to be more efficient if properly setup.
On occasion my 2.0 charger has quoted charge time of twice of what it should be. I unplug it and plug back in and it gives a more accurate reading

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05-10-2016 05:39 PM
11. My phone was at 23% the other day and I plugged it into the qc2 charger that came with the phone and it said it would take 1hr52 mins to fully charge. I unplugged it and connect my phone to a qc3 charger and it said it would take 52 mins, so there's quite a difference between the two standards.
My did the same thing simply by unplugging my 2.0 and plugging it back in. Did you recertify by trying the 2.0 again?

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05-10-2016 05:41 PM
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