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KUULAA Magnetic Micro USB Type C Cable 57p AliExpress kuulaa Official Store
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"It didn't have a resistor so overcharged the phone"

Rubbish, all modern smart phones have built-in circuitry to shut off when the battery is full!

I use these and keep the plug in the phones and tablets. It is simple to connect the magnetic connector and charge.

Traditional plugs for micro USB or type c, involves wiggling to connect and very easy to try putting in the wrong way round (that's why type c changed the design to allow either way) Eventually the micro USB port could fail rendering your phone or tablet useless. Best illustrated just ask old Hudl 2 owners, which contributed to type c and now magnetic improvements

hudl2.jellypie.co.uk/hud…nt/
ryan_reynolds02/12/2019 08:08

It didn't have a resistor so overcharged the phone


Utter nonsense. This is not how it works.
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Anybody used this type of cable before? Does it conform to the USB C specification properly if it handles all these different types?
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Broke my s 10 with this
ryan_reynolds02/12/2019 07:34

Broke my s 10 with this


Can I ask how? I'm using something similar and will get rid of it's a common thing.
incrediblechunk02/12/2019 07:45

Can I ask how? I'm using something similar and will get rid of it's a …Can I ask how? I'm using something similar and will get rid of it's a common thing.


It didn't have a resistor so overcharged the phone
esudl02/12/2019 07:12

Anybody used this type of cable before? Does it conform to the USB C …Anybody used this type of cable before? Does it conform to the USB C specification properly if it handles all these different types?


They do work, and the magnetic connector is quite strong. Only issue is the adapter sticks out a bit and just annoys when holding the phone.
"It didn't have a resistor so overcharged the phone"

Rubbish, all modern smart phones have built-in circuitry to shut off when the battery is full!

I use these and keep the plug in the phones and tablets. It is simple to connect the magnetic connector and charge.

Traditional plugs for micro USB or type c, involves wiggling to connect and very easy to try putting in the wrong way round (that's why type c changed the design to allow either way) Eventually the micro USB port could fail rendering your phone or tablet useless. Best illustrated just ask old Hudl 2 owners, which contributed to type c and now magnetic improvements

hudl2.jellypie.co.uk/hud…nt/
ryan_reynolds02/12/2019 08:08

It didn't have a resistor so overcharged the phone


Utter nonsense. This is not how it works.
Make sure you’ve got good home insurance!
All of these sort I have bought in the past have been utter rubbish, the magnet and fitting have been fine but the charge speed has been awful. They always say they are rated at 2A, 2.5A, 3A, or even fast charge, the ones I tested were achieving less than 1A.

I would only ever buy another if it was actually tried and tested by someone.
Edited by: "nige182" 2nd Dec 2019
If you read the Sellers adverts they state whether 2amp etc. If you order a longer lead due to losses the amperage will reduce. So 2amps for a short lead will translate to say 1amp for sane figment but longer lead.
Looking for 5A cable to charge my P30 Pro.
These things are not great though, lots of complaints about these magnetic charging cables either not working or damaging phones. I assume if they were such a good idea, we'd find manufacturers implementing this. Even Apple abandoned MagSafe for USB-C and if anyone would love selling proprietary tech, it's them.
They are too cheap for Apple, iCon would want to charge you £12 plus for a lead, and they don't like anything where 3rd parties can also sell something that fits or works!
These any good? - serious question. Generally, not this specific make/seller.
Edited by: "slipd" 2nd Dec 2019
ryan_reynolds02/12/2019 08:08

It didn't have a resistor so overcharged the phone


Didn't come with a generater so wouldn't charge my phone.
No way I’m gonna use buttplug on my 1K fone
Proveright02/12/2019 15:19

They are too cheap for Apple, iCon would want to charge you £12 plus for …They are too cheap for Apple, iCon would want to charge you £12 plus for a lead, and they don't like anything where 3rd parties can also sell something that fits or works!


Which is why MagSafe was dropped for USB-C charging after 2015?
Proveright02/12/2019 15:19

They are too cheap for Apple, iCon would want to charge you £12 plus for …They are too cheap for Apple, iCon would want to charge you £12 plus for a lead, and they don't like anything where 3rd parties can also sell something that fits or works!


Exactly, if iCon got the idea in the first place they'd have patented it, and we'd have to fork out over £10+ a piece. Thanks Lord that didn't happen.
This is available only for iPhone compatible charging slot and not all 3
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