Samsung Note10 Wireless Charging Not Working Issue fixed
Causes for wireless charging issues on Samsung devices
There are a number of possible causes why a Galaxy Note10 may not charge wirelessly. If you want to know how to fix this problem, you must first need to narrow down the possible causes.
Verify wireless charger is supported
If you have wireless charging issue on your Galaxy Note10, one of the first things that you need to check is the charging pad. The Note10 supports almost all wireless standards including Qi charging and PMA. Of course it also works with Samsung’s own Fast Wireless Charging 2.0. Make sure that the wireless charger you’re using explicitly says what standard it uses so you can verify if it’s compatible with your Note10.
Check if USB cable is damaged
Another thing to check in your charger is its USB cable. Even if the charging pad is 100%, it may still not provide enough power to charge your Note10 if there’s a problem with the USB cable. Try replacing the USB cable in your charger if you see any sign of damage.
Remove protective cases
Your Note10 may not charge wirelessly if there’s a thick protective case between it and the charging surface. Try removing the case to check if that’s the reason for your problem.
If a headset is connected to your Note10, be sure to place the device in landscape orientation over the charging pad. If it’s in Portrait mode, wireless charging may not work.
Move the Charger
Do you keep your charger around a lot of other electronics? Try moving your wireless charger from where you have it now and put it somewhere isolated instead.
It’ll have an easier time communicating with your phone when it has less interference around it. If a quiet spot to charge alone isn’t enough, there’s still more you can try before you have to buy a replacement.
Turn NFC on or off
There are cases that the NFC interferes with the wireless charging process. We’ve saw many got this issue and once they turned NFC on or off, wireless charging on the Samsung charging pad worked!
You can try this to see if your problems could be solved.
Turn on or off the Daydream feature
If you are using an Android phone, try to turn on or off the Daydream feature to see if this can fix the problem.
To do this, go to Settings > Display > Daydream, touch the switch to turn Daydream on or off, and place the phone onto the Samsung charger to see if charging starts.
Update your phone to the latest version
An Android or iOS software issue could affect the wireless charging, making it slower or not charging on Samsung wireless charger pad.
Update your phone to fix this issue. To do this, go to settings and check for a version update. If there is any, click the newest version and update.
Get a new wireless charger
If you’ve tried all the solutions above and can’t still fix the not charging problem on the Samsung wireless charger, it’s time to get a new Qi wireless charger.