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Enable Reverse Wireless Charging on Samsung Galaxy S21 Series

Similar to other flagship smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, the S21 Ultra, S21+ and the S21, all of them come with wireless charging feature. Apart from the wireless charging functionality, the phone also comes with reverse wireless charging. So what exactly is reverse wireless charging? You can charge any other smartphone (which supports wireless charging) using your Galaxy S21 series phones. So for example, if you have an iPhone, you can charge your iPhone wirelessly using your Samsung Galaxy S21 series. So how to enable reverse wireless charging in Samsung Galaxy S21, let’s find out in this article.

Reverse Wireless Charging on Samsung Galaxy S21

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How to Enable Reverse Wireless Charging on Samsung Galaxy S21 Series:

Step 1: The first step is to open settings in your Samsung Galaxy S21. Under the settings, open the battery settings.

Step 2: Under the battery settings, scroll down and you can see the Wireless Power Sharing feature included.

Reverse Wireless Charging on Samsung Galaxy S21

Step 3: Now turn on the wireless power-sharing feature and you can also see the option to set the battery limit for this feature. If you set 30% (which is the default value), wireless charging will stop when the S21 battery reaches 30%.

Reverse Wireless Charging on Samsung Galaxy S21

Reverse Wireless Charging on Samsung Galaxy S21

Step 4: Once you have configured it, keep the other phone which you want to charge on the back of the S21 in the cross manner. Now you can see that your other phone or accessory will start charging wirelessly.

Here is a video demo of the Wireless Power Share feature.

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