1. AC Question's Avatar
    My USB Port broke and I wanted to know if I can charge my phone with a wireless charging pad, if so, what brand and name? I bought insignia Qi wireless charging pad and I can't seem to get it to work.
    11-09-2015 05:46 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    According to what I can find, the Max has no Qi charging pins, so the Qi receiver connects to the USB port.

    Replacing the port shouldn't be that expensive - the connector is cheap, and a good tech can replace it pretty quickly.
    11-10-2015 02:01 AM
  3. dustalayna0207's Avatar
    My USB Port broke and I wanted to know if I can charge my phone with a wireless charging pad, if so, what brand and name? I bought insignia Qi wireless charging pad and I can't seem to get it to work.
    It actually isn't compatible. We found that very few are however you can go to an electronics store OR Amazon (cheaper) and order Digi Yes microUSB wireless charging receiver module. They are leas then 10.00 looks almost like the sticker they put on someone before they shock their heart.
    05-10-2016 04:00 PM
  4. Walt462's Avatar
    My USB Port broke and I wanted to know if I can charge my phone with a wireless charging pad, if so, what brand and name? I bought insignia Qi wireless charging pad and I can't seem to get it to work.
    Not easily since the available universal Qi receiver require the USB port to be working but if you purchase a Qi wireless receiver DIY kit and pop open the back side of the z987 and then attach the Qi receiver directly to the positive and negative terminals of the battery connector in the z987 and then attache the coil facing up to the battery using double sided tape reassemble making sure not to crimp any of the wires between the backside cover of the z987 then place the Z987 back side down on the Qi wireless charger pad you should be all set provided you connected the terminals correctly you should hear that tell tail clicking sound that you used to hear when your USB port was still working when you plug the charger in
    09-11-2016 09:12 PM
  5. MattKerwin's Avatar
    It actually isn't compatible. We found that very few are however you can go to an electronics store OR Amazon (cheaper) and order Digi Yes microUSB wireless charging receiver module. They are leas then 10.00 looks almost like the sticker they put on someone before they shock their heart.
    Micro USB? The Zmax Pro has USB c...
    10-02-2016 07:50 AM
  6. JR Downey's Avatar
    I just got the ZTE Z983 and was looking for different was to charge it I'm my van 2002 Ford winstar. A friend blow the fuse in it and had 🐝been a year and not fixed yet.
    12-25-2017 09:36 PM
  7. JR Downey's Avatar
    I'd like to shock the person lololo
    12-25-2017 09:38 PM
  8. Mojoswagger1980's Avatar
    Not easily since the available universal Qi receiver require the USB port to be working but if you purchase a Qi wireless receiver DIY kit and pop open the back side of the z987 and then attach the Qi receiver directly to the positive and negative terminals of the battery connector in the z987 and then attache the coil facing up to the battery using double sided tape reassemble making sure not to crimp any of the wires between the backside cover of the z987 then place the Z987 back side down on the Qi wireless charger pad you should be all set provided you connected the terminals correctly you should hear that tell tail clicking sound that you used to hear when your USB port was still working when you plug the charger in
    Sounds plausible but kind of sketchy. wouldnt it be better to connect via the positive/negative terminals on the device where it connects? it seems like, soldering the positive negative to "shims" (small bits of non metalic metal like the mounting points on a female usb port where it connects to the bus) and then soldering these to the positive/negative outside edges so they cant short then using a quick drying adhesive to keep that coil in place. I know it sounds like alot of extra time but it would make the threat of inadvertent failure due to connection minimal and anytime anybody says connect a power source directly to a battery I cringe . u evidently have never seen one explode.
    07-09-2019 01:57 PM

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