This post will walk you through utilizing the inbuilt wireless power sharing battery feature on the newest Samsung flip smartphone and adjust the battery sharing limit. Here’s a quick guide to set wireless power sharing battery limit on the Galaxy Z Flip4 device.
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New top-tiered smartphones are already equipped with more advanced features. One of these is the ability to share power with other compatible devices for as long as the remaining battery is not less than the set limit.
The new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 phone for instance, can now be used as a charging source for other compatible devices. This is made possible with its inbuilt wireless power sharing feature.
Depicted below is the actual process of activating this battery feature on the Galaxy Z Flip 4. Feel free to refer to this quick walkthrough whenever you need help get started with the One UI Wireless power sharing function.
- When ready, launch the Settings app menu on your phone.
To do this, navigate to the Home screen or Apps screen then tap on the gear (Settings) icon to open the app.
- In the Settings app menu, find then tap Battery and device care.
Another menu opens with system management features. This menu is called Device care.
- In the Device care menu, you’ll see main system functions including Battery, Storage and Memory. Tap Battery to continue.
The Battery menu opens next. Here, you will see more details about the phone’s battery usage since the last full charge.
- Scroll down to the lower section of the Battery menu then tap Wireless power sharing.
On the following screen, you will see the main toggle to turn the feature On or Off.
- To change the battery sharing limit, the switch needs to be turned off. By then, you can navigate to the Battery limit section then tap on it to adjust or set a new limit.
A pop-up menu opens with battery percentage presets.
- The default limit is set to 30%. To change this to a different percentage level, scroll to find the desired battery limit level from the preset options then tap to select it.
Just use the percentage scroller to find your desired number.
- The limit presets start at 30% and the maximum is 90%. Once you’re done selecting, tap OK.
The new battery sharing limit will then be applied and implemented in this system.
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
The new selected percentage level then should be the basis for your phone to stop charging other compatible devices via wireless power sharing, the moment it reaches the battery percentage you’ve set.
How Does Wireless Power Sharing Work?
Place your phone back to back with another device that you’d like to charge. Make sure that your other device is aligned with your Samsung phone’s battery. Let your other device charge from your Galaxy Flip phone’s battery.
Be sure to note though that call reception or data services on your Samsung phone may be affected when using this feature. But this would still depend on your network environment.
Charging speeds may also vary between devices as some devices may charge at slower or higher speeds.
Once the set limit is reached, charging stops. This gives way for the source device (Samsung) phone to have sufficient power and be able to work until the next recharge.
Wireless power sharing works with most Qi-compatible devices. You can always do a quick research to verify device compatibility when you’re not certain if your other device works with your Samsung Galaxy Flip 4’s wireless power sharing.
Should you wish to change the battery percentage limit, just repeat the same steps to get back to the battery settings menu where you can access the Wireless power sharing battery limit.
And that’s all about altering the default battery percentage limit for wireless power sharing on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 smartphone.
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