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How to use your Google Pixel phone to charge other devices

How to use your Google Pixel phone to charge other devices:

If you have a Google Pixel 5 or newer model up to the Google Pixel 8 Pro, you can use a feature called Battery Share to share your phone’s battery charge with other devices. This can be really handy when you’re out and about without access to a power socket or a portable charger.

Battery Share works both wirelessly and with a wired connection. However, it’s important to note that this feature is not available on the Google Pixel 6a and Google Pixel 7a.

So that we’re all on the same page, make sure your Pixel is up-to-date.

1. Go to Settings > Battery

Open the Settings app and tap Battery.

2. Tap Battery Share

Now tap Battery Share.

3. Toggle on Use Battery Share

And toggle on Use Battery Share.

4. (Optional) Set a battery limit and automatic charging

There are a couple of settings you might want to tweak before using Battery Share. Adjust the slider to set a battery limit on your Pixel where it will stop sharing battery. Toggle on Turn on automatically to instantly enable Battery Share for a short time when you place your Pixel on charge.

5. Place a wireless device on back of your phone or connect a wired device via USB-C

Now simply place a wireless chargeable device on the back of your Pixel (on the G logo) or connect a wired device to your phone via a USB-C cable.

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