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Old August 22nd, 2013, 11:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Recently ordered a Droid Maxx but not seeing any way to purchase a wireless charging pad on either Verizon or Motorola's site. Apparently it uses the Qi protocol (according to the Q&A section on Verizon's site). Does that mean I can pick up basically any Qi charger and it will work?

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Recently ordered a Droid Maxx but not seeing any way to purchase a wireless charging pad on either Verizon or Motorola's site. Apparently it uses the Qi protocol (according to the Q&A section on Verizon's site). Does that mean I can pick up basically any Qi charger and it will work?
yes any charger that uses qi. i personally would choose the dt-900, but thats just me personally.
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Recently ordered a Droid Maxx but not seeing any way to purchase a wireless charging pad on either Verizon or Motorola's site. Apparently it uses the Qi protocol (according to the Q&A section on Verizon's site). Does that mean I can pick up basically any Qi charger and it will work?
I ordered the TYLT VU, a little pricey, but doubles as a desktop stand. The good thing is you don't have to get a new desk dock when you upgrade phone if you get Qi wireless charging. Looks like that is the coming standard. Good reviews. You can get it thru Verizon for $69.99 and Amazon for $99.99. I ordered thru Verizon. Here is a good review from XDA site.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2357519
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yes any charger that uses qi. i personally would choose the dt-900, but thats just me personally.
I just ordered that one from ATT, for only $24.50 (Amazon has it for over $40). Haven't gotten it yet or used wireless charging before, so I can't comment on the quality.

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I just ordered that one from ATT, for only $24.50 (Amazon has it for over $40). Haven't gotten it yet or used wireless charging before, so I can't comment on the quality.

Nokia Black Wireless Charging Plate accessories from AT&T
good find, i was going to hold off until i found it at that price
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The Nokia only outputs a charge at 750 mA. I think this one is better at 1000 mA.

Amazon.com: GMYLE(TM) Black New Design Qi Wireless Charging Pad Charger with 1000mA (1A) output (US Plug) for Qi Standard Nokia Lumia 920/920T/925/928/1020, LG Google Nexus 4/5/7 HD, Samsung Galaxy S4, iPhone 5: Cell Phones & Accessories
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