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This wireless charger is not perfect for Google Nexus 7 2013 version with a case. I recommend ASIN:B00F314ODK That charger can perfect work with Google Nexus 7 2013 version
8 Dec 2013 by Amazon customer
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Yes, it has a low powered red light for when it's not charging and a green one when it is. They are on the lower top third of the upper flat charging surface. I use mine to charge my Nexus 5 phone and can either have them covered or uncovered by the phone. If you are charging a larger item, like the Nexus 7 then you can't see them at all, although you can lift the tablet up slightly to see if the green light is on for charging. I do not use it by my bed so haven't noticed if the light would disturb me but as I said they are quite dim and you could either cover it with your phone or a small piece of cloth (handkerchief) or cardboard. I have found it an excellent charger and would recommend it.
18 Jun 2014 by Richard George
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Hi therei use it all the time for power and its so convenient. Never use the the USB port any more.
6 Jan 2015 by Amazon Customer
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what is Qi 6 Jul 2014
Qi, pronounced "chee", comes from the Chinese symbol meaning energy flow and is designed to provide energy to devices through magnetic induction. This is a similar solution to the system that charges electric toothbrushes. (It's also a valuable and legal two-letter word in Scrabble.) In simple terms, the base station includes an induction coil that creates an alternating electromagnetic field. Meanwhile, a similar coil within the device is able to pick up this field, convert the energy into current and use it to charge the battery.
6 Jul 2014 by Satnam Singh
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The charger itself makes no beeps however your device may (my nexus does)
24 Apr 2014 by Andrew M
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Blue means charging. Make sure you have a decent power supply, one that can deliver current at the full 2 Amps. Some are not up to the job.
2 Dec 2014 by Mr Ken F Elmer
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Not natively as the Tab 3 doesn't have NFC charging capability on its own. You might be able to find a specific adapter to allow the Tab 3 to use wireless charging but I have no idea how expensive or effective they are
28 Jun 2015 by Marc Whiffen
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Probably not! I find that with my nexus 5 if I don't line it up perfectly then it won't charge. I've woken up several time to find my phone didn't charge overnight because it was maybe an inch out.... When charging my nexus 7 I need to remove the case to ensure I get a charge...... To be honest I just plug everything in directly. I wish I had bought a better one 😟
18 Jun 2015 by Bruce R Hendry
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Firstly, your iPhone 6+ won't charge as it doesn't have NFC charging. No current Apple product has that. If there are no lights showing on your Expower then it's likely it's faulty. You should see a flickering between different colour lights when you plug in the charger to the power and then it should show red and then occasionally rapidly flicker between red, green and blue. If it isn't doing that, check your USB cable, the mains converter for the USB and the pad. If the charger and cable work then it's a faulty Expower
25 Feb 2015 by Marc Whiffen
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