If you found your wireless charger blinking white LED light and not charging your phone, check the content below to get all the information.
In this post, we’ve covered the meanings, why and solutions to the topic “wireless charger blinking white”.
Table of Contents:
- What Does It Mean When Your Wireless Charger Is Blinking White
- Why Is Your Wireless Charger Blinking White
- How to Solve Your Wireless Charger Blinking White and Not Charging Your Phone
- Wireless Charger Blinking Blue
- Wireless Charger Flashing Red
- Wireless Charger Flashing Green
- Wireless Charger Flashing Yellow
Some wireless chargers use different LED light colors to indicate different meanings, for example, some use solid blue to mean charging correctly, while some use solid white LED light to indicate fully charged or charging correctly.
The wireless chargers that use white color LED light include Mophie, and Belkin.
Based on different brands, a wireless charger flashing white can mean that it’s charging your phone, or indicates that there is a charging issue and it cannot charge the phone correctly.
If your wireless charger is blinking white and charging your phone, just leave it there. But if you find the wireless charger blinking white and not charging your phone at all, charging coils not lining up correctly may be the cause.
When the phone is not centered correctly, or if there is a case or other object between the phone and the wireless charger, the Qi charger won’t be able to align with the phone, so it could not detect the phone to get it charged. And that’s why the wireless charger is blinking white and not charging your phone.
Solutions to solve the wireless charger flashing white and not charging your phone are quite simple. You can try the solutions below to quickly fix your wireless charger.
1. Reposition the phone and make sure it’s centered correctly. Some wireless chargers may take you a bit to find the sweet spot.
2. Remove the case and other objects between the phone and the wireless charger. We suggest not put anything under the phone during wireless charging.
3. Reset the wireless charger. Errors from the wireless charger could also cause the charger not detecting the phone. A reset on the wireless charger can shut down all errors. See how to reset a wireless charger.
4. Update your phone. Bugs from the phone could also interfere with the wireless charging process. Update your phone to the latest iOS or Android software version.
5. Replace the wireless charger. If all the solutions above do not work, you probably get a faulty wireless charger. Contact the seller to replace it with a new one if it’s under warranty. Or buy a new high quality wireless charger. We recommend Yootech, Anker, Samsung, CHOETECH and Seneo.
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