How to Use Wireless Powershare on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10

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Wireless Powershare made its debut on the Galaxy S10 series and has been a staple on every subsequent flagship. It is one of the most underrated features of the phone, as it can help you give a quick jolt to accessories such as wireless headphones and smartwatches. Technically, you can also charge a phone that supports wireless charging, but the process is inefficient, and we'd recommend that you reserve this only for absolute emergencies. Here's how you go about using Wireless Powershare on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

Step 1: Pull down the notification panel to bring up Quick Settings.

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Step 2: Select the Wireless Powershare icon from the list. There is another way to access the feature, which we'll discuss later on in this post.

If you can't see it, you'll have to click the three dots on the top-right corner and select Button Order.

From here, drag and drop the Wireless Powershare icon anywhere within the area.

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Step 3: Tap on the Wireless Powershare icon, and you'll be taken to the following screen.

Now, your phone is ready to charge any peripheral you place on it. Make sure to remove any protective case you may have around your phone. Place your phone on a flat surface with the screen facing downwards. Position the accessory you want to charge around the center of the phone. If you see a charging notification on the device, then you're all set. Otherwise, reposition it until you do. The following image is my Galaxy Note 10+, charging a pair of Galaxy Buds using Wireless Powershare.

And this is how you use Wireless Powershare on your Galaxy Note 10 to charge peripherals. In previous versions of Android, Wireless Powershare would switch itself off after the phone's battery dropped below 30%. In Android 10, you can set that value to a higher number. Here's how you do it.

Navigate to the Settings app on your phone and look for Device Care.

Under Device Care, tap on Battery.

Here, look for the Wireless Powershare option.

Tapping on it will show you the Wireless Powershare menu. Toggle the function using the switch located at the top-right of the screen. This the alternative method of opening the app that I referenced earlier in the article.

Tap on Battery Limit, and you'll be able to tweak that value to anything you want.

And that's all there is to know about Wireless Powershare on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.

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