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Common Problems About Power Banks Like Us on Facebook 1. Powerbank unable to charge my tablet? a) Powerbank with 2A output to charge tablets. While some tablets can accept lower input (1A or 1.5A), the charging is slower and sometimes can only be charged when the tablet is in sleep mode.
b) Some tablet is cables might not be compatible with power bank due to different cable chipset design. For Samsung Galaxy Tab in particular, we recommend using the cable and connector meant for power bank (comes with some power banks.




2. Powerbank battery drained off very fast? a) Generally, a well maintained powerbank can retain up to 80-90% of its original capacity. Please check your device (phone/ tablet) original battery capacity and the powerbank capacity. Please also see answer 1.a. above.
b) The number of times a powerbank can charge your device very much depends on the capacity of both the powerbank and the device. Examples of calculation shown in answer 2 above.
c) Please do not attach cables …
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Better batteries ahead mean big changes for mobility Like Us on Facebook
Tired of having your battery drain too fast on your phone? Some amazing new developments are taking place in the realm of batteries. Find out what's coming next.
I went on a camping trip last month in the next town over from mine, a rural community where 3G/4G mobile access is as a sparse as the thinly-populated countryside itself. As is usually the case in these situations, my Samsung Galaxy struggled gamely to get a signal, causing it to chew through battery life like a New Year's Eve partygoer popping Advil on January 1. My robust ZeroLemon extended battery drained within a day even after I switched it to airplane mode, and attempting to charge it with my Energizer Instant Charger (which runs on AA batteries) merely resulted in a flurry of annoying "connect your charger" prompts; no actual charging took place. I wound up charging the phone in my vehicle but even after a couple of hours I only go…
Why Spring clean your mobile devices ? Like Us on Facebook
Even mobile devices need a spring cleaning to ensure the latest in productivity and security enhancements.
Spring cleaning is for more than just your house. Even mobile devices can benefit from an annual cleanup, which amounts to an OS update so that users can get the latest in productivity and security enhancements.
David Lingenfelter, the information security officer at Fiberlink, an IBM company about mobile device maintenance in a corporate environment, offered tips for a spring cleaning for mobile devices in corporate, Corporate Owned Personally Enabled (COPE), and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environments.
Mobile devices are an extension of us according to Lingenfelter. To me, this position should be central to how consumer and business users maintain their mobile devices.


Make updates and upgrades to mobile devices Lingenfelter is an advocate of making sure that mobile devices have the latest OS updates.
"Really it comes do…
10 common misconceptions about mobile device batteries Like Us on Facebook
Have you run into a few old-school users with antiquated ideas about how to treat smartphone batteries? Here are several myths worth debunking.
Ah, the mobile battery ─ a thing of myth, of legend... of frustration. So much sway does battery life hold over us that we buy specific phones that guarantee us a couple of days' usage. And all of this when other devices can eke out a week's worth of usage (think Amazon Kindle).
Users go to some strange measures to keep their batteries going and going and going. Yet much of what we hear about mobile batteries is simply not true. Let's examine some of these misconceptions about the batteries that power the devices we depend upon day in and day out.


1: Batteries have "memory" Nope. Not at all. People used to think that you had to "train" your battery to make sure it would take the most charge. To do that, people would drain it regularly and charg…
How to Revive a Cell Phone Battery (2) Like Us on Facebook In a previous blog, I introduced a method of How to Revive a Cell Phone Battery. Now I will introduce you another method. Let’s go.
Method 2--Freezing the Battery

1. Remove the battery from your phone.

2. Place it inside a sealed plastic bag in addition to a sealed plastic container. This will prevent it from getting wet. Do not use paper bags or foils as water can easily penetrate these materials.

3. Place the sealed battery inside the freezer, and leave it overnight or at least 12 hours. By exposing the battery to low temperatures such as the inside of a freezer, it allows the battery cells to recharge a little, enough to hold sufficient charge to be connected to a phone charger.

4. Remove the battery from the freezer. Allow it to warm up to room temperature. Do NOT use the battery while it’s still cold.

5. Wipe any moisture off of the battery.

6. Insert it back into your phone but leave the device off. Plug the phone into the proper cha…
How to Revive a Cell Phone Battery like us on Facebook
When mobile phone batteries have reached their limit or are left discharged for a long period of time, they eventually lose their ability to hold a charge. If your cell phone battery dies, you don’t need to throw it out right away, why not try reviving it first? Maybe all the battery needs is just a little push to make it functional again. Learn how by proceeding to Step 1.

Method 1--Jump-starting the Battery


1. First, gather your supplies. You’ll need the following: 9-volt battery—Any brand will do. Electric tape—You’ll need no more than five inches. Electrical wire—Basic thin electrical wire will do. Red (+) and black (-) are preferred.

2. Connect the electrical wire to the positive and negative terminals of the cell phone battery first, as these are smaller. You can identify the terminals of the battery by simply looking at the side of the battery. It will have a plus (+) and minus (–) sign to mark the terminals. Remember to use two se…
How to choose a good USB data and charging cable for your mobile phone Like Us on Facebook Most of us will have a few USB data and charging cables for our mobile phone, i.e. one at home, one in office, one carrying together with our laptop, etc.
Do you encounter the problem of slow charging, or worst still, unable to charge with the additional USB cable that you bought? Perhaps you can find the solution after reading this.



First of all, although most of the USB cables look alike from their external appearance, they might be different inside the cable, and probably that is the ready why certain USB cable unable to charge your mobile phone, certain can charge but at a very slow rate, certain just work as fine as the original USB cable that come with your phone, and certain even can charge faster than the original cable.
There are 5 wires inside the USB 1 and USB 2 cables, and there are more inside USB 3.0 cable. Since most of the mobile phones nowadays are using USB 2.0 connector, so USB 3.0…