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Old March 24th, 2013, 04:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Wireless charging possible on the ONE? [Resolved: No not currently]

Is there anyway to get wireless charging on the HTC One?

I imagine it's an issue to do with the aluminum body... but, for me, if it can't be done, the phone (as otherwise perfect) just isn't an option.

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Is there anyway to get wireless charging on the HTC One?

I imagine it's an issue to do with the aluminum body... but, for me, if it can't be done, the phone (as otherwise perfect) just isn't an option.
In a word' no'. As you rightly suggest, the aluminium body negates this possibility, at least for the time being.
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The phones that support wireless charging, as far as I know, includes Lumia 820 and 920, and others. HTC One haven't the wireless support at the moment and instead, you’ll have to hook up a regular microUSB charger, to a port which also supports MHL-HDMI output for your TV.
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The only way for wireless charging to be added to the One would be with an external case that plugs into the microUSB port like the PowerMat solution for the OG Evo.
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Default HTC One Wireless Charging?

Is the HTC One already wireless charging compatible? Do I need to buy a QI Charger, and a separate piece for my phone?

I just want a decent way to wirelessly charge my phone, and I thought you guys could help
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Unfortunately they could not make wireless charging possible due to the aluminum case
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