1. Soundtallica's Avatar
    I'm interested in at least trying wireless charging (to try to save my charging port some wear). However, I carry my main credit card and driver's license in a stick-on rubber sleeve on the back of my phone for convenience. I know that wireless charging utilizes magnetic induction, so would that wreak havoc on the magnetic strips on the credit card and license? Thanks!
    01-19-2016 11:24 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    It should be too high a frequency to affect a magnetic strip, but no guarantees. You'll have to try it with a spare card or a magnetic recording.
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    01-19-2016 12:10 PM
  3. bama stripes's Avatar
    The added thickness of the sleeve, especially if you have a case on your phone, may interfere with charging. Get a good charging devise, do not go the cheapo route.
    01-19-2016 05:46 PM
  4. russel5150's Avatar
    I wouldnt chance it. I would take the cards out to charge the phone.

    As far as the case, i know that an otterbox defender and speck candyshell grip case doesnt not interfere with the charger. I have only used the samsung fast wireless charger though.

    Sent with my white Note5 with nonremovable back and no SDcard!
    01-20-2016 01:32 AM
  5. Joseph Guy1's Avatar
    You are fine I use wireless charging and have my cards on the back also it's been 6 months no issue
    01-20-2016 01:57 AM

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