Inductive Battery door?
Anyone know if it will work on the powermat? I have a power mat but I was just wondering if anyone has used the inductive door yet on a powermat device, I'm sure that it would work but didn't know if anyone knew for sure
Wireless Charging Powermat Mats for your iPhone, iPod, BlackBerry, Android and Other Devices | Powermat
Not sure about the PowerMat brand, but I picked up the LG/Verizon one and it seems to charge pretty quickly. However, I noticed it got pretty hot after only maybe 30-45 mins, and my phone kept jumping to various menus and apps? Not sure if I've just got RF interference or what, but that ain't cool. Have a hard enough time fat finger dialing myself, last thing I need is my chargemat making calls and sending emails all by itself.
Thanks man! Just don't want to have to buy the VZW brand since I already have the power mat, I would assume it would work because there all the same concept, but would be nice to know for sure.
Originally Posted by DANOinSD
The inductive door is VERY thick, FYI. You also can't use it with the extended battery. It is also heavy - the phone with standard battery and inductive door weighs more than with the extended battery and normal door. My boss has a powermat somewhere, I will ask him if he can dig it out so I can try it.
that would be amazing man! thanks, would just like to make use out of it if i can.
Might want to take a look at this thread. Good links on standardizing inductive technology. Wondering if the D3 has this Qi rating/branding?