Haroon Q. Raja · Nov 16, 2012 at 07:00 pm

Wireless Charging Mod for the T-Mobile Galaxy Note II

Although Palm (later HP) devices were the first major smartphones to introduce wireless charging, it has recently become quite the rage—especially since Nokia decided to bring it to their latest Windows Phone 8 handsets.  Our developers here at XDA have been busy with it as well, bringing it to the Samsung Galaxy S III and Sony Xperia Arc. Just few days back, we featured a wireless charging mod for the international Galaxy Note II GT-N7100. Now, the T-Mobile variant of the Note II joins the list.

XDA Senior Member vinas1 has built upon the work done by Senior Member Ryan_G on the international Note II mod, and successful made the modifications necessary for making it work on the T-Mo version. It isn’t too practical at present because one of the wires used in the mod hangs out of the USB port. However, it’s a work in progress, and vinas1 is working on a solution for this soon.

To learn how to apply this hardware mod to your device and to follow up on the developments, head over to the forum thread.


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