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wilczur
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Charging time

Fri Jan 18, 2019 10:24 pm

Hi, my phone has too long charging time i think, about 4,5hours to 100%, i use original charger and cable.
In usb tester i see that charge is 9V 1,68A and it is max. So is about 15watt, in some information on www site i read it should be 24watt.
What's problem? Original charger or cable is fault or other?
How i can get faster charging?
 
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Re: Charging time

Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:20 pm

Hi there, please perform a factory reset and check again. If it doesn't solve your issue, you can try a charger which supports the Mediatek Pump express charging protocol ;)
 
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Re: Charging time

Tue Jan 22, 2019 8:06 am

I use oryginal charger 12v 1,5a that come with phone, it charge 9v 1,67a so i think it support pump express but cant switch to 12v on some reason.
Charging start from 5v, next switch to 7v, after few seconds switch to 9v and stuck on it.
Factory reset is big problem to configure again all phone. I can make this only i have 100% that solve problem or is spossible to make any full backup that can restore if dont work to back all previous settings.
 
jang
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Re: Charging time

Tue Jan 22, 2019 6:04 pm

Blackview.hk actually do advertise that phone, charger and cable provides 24w charging.
In order to do that, I guess it should charge 12V@2A.
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Re: Charging time

Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:29 am

My phone 0-100% about 2 hours via charger and cable (50-60% per hour), with wireless adapter about 4-5 hours (10-20% per hour).
 
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Re: Charging time

Fri Jan 25, 2019 8:01 pm

wilczur wrote:
I use oryginal charger 12v 1,5a that come with phone, it charge 9v 1,67a so i think it support pump express but cant switch to 12v on some reason.
Charging start from 5v, next switch to 7v, after few seconds switch to 9v and stuck on it.
Factory reset is big problem to configure again all phone. I can make this only i have 100% that solve problem or is spossible to make any full backup that can restore if dont work to back all previous settings.


Just backup your stuff and check for the Google account automatic backup function.
Unfortunately a factory reset is always the first step to rule out issues.

I also recommend to try another charger which supports the mediatek pump express protocol. I need to know if your original charger is faulty or not. ;)
 
jang
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Re: Charging time

Fri Jan 25, 2019 8:42 pm

wilczur wrote:
I use oryginal charger 12v 1,5a that come with phone, it charge 9v 1,67a so i think it support pump express but cant switch to 12v on some reason.
Charging start from 5v, next switch to 7v, after few seconds switch to 9v and stuck on it.
Factory reset is big problem to configure again all phone. I can make this only i have 100% that  solve problem or is spossible to make any full backup that can restore if dont work to back all previous settings.

I got original charger with 12V 2A sticker on it. So if it's correct your charger can only charge 18W instead of 24W.
 
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Re: Charging time

Sat Jan 26, 2019 1:53 am

jang wrote:
wilczur wrote:
I use oryginal charger 12v 1,5a that come with phone, it charge 9v 1,67a so i think it support pump express but cant switch to 12v on some reason.
Charging start from 5v, next switch to 7v, after few seconds switch to 9v and stuck on it.
Factory reset is big problem to configure again all phone. I can make this only i have 100% that  solve problem or is spossible to make any full backup that can restore if dont work to back all previous settings.

I got original charger with 12V 2A sticker on it. So if it's correct your charger can only charge 18W instead of 24W.


12v X 2A = 24 watt. There's nothing more to say ;)

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