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How to Fix Samsung S22 Wireless Charging Not Working

Cannot charge your Samsung Galaxy S22 wirelessly? We have got you covered!
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There is no doubt, the Samsung Galaxy S22 is a fantastic device with many features, including fast charging, superfast sharing, and wireless charging. However, some users may experience issues with wireless charging not working on their Galaxy S22 devices. 

If you are having the same issue, you have landed in the right place.

This troubleshooting guide will provide 6 solutions to fix this problem and make wireless charging work on your Samsung Galaxy S22 again.

Note: Solutions in this guide will work on any Samsung Galaxy S22 model (S22, S22 Plus, S22 Fe, and S22 Ultra models.)

Editor’s note: We created these instructions using a Samsung Galaxy S22 running Android 13. Depending on your device’s software version, some steps and menu positions may look slightly different.

Key Features:

  • Many users complain that wireless charging does not work on their Samsung Galaxy S22.
  • The reasons for this issue are a faulty wireless charger, an obstruction between the phone and the charger, outdated software, and hardware defects.
  • To resolve the issue, restart your device, check if your charger is plugged in properly, try charging the device with a different charger, try charging it without the back cover, Update your software, and check for hardware defects. 
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Why Wireless Charging Not Working on Samsung Galaxy S22?

If you are encountering troubles with wireless charging on your Samsung Galaxy S22, here we unravel 4 potential reasons for its malfunction, guiding you towards effective solutions and restoring the charging convenience you seek. 

These are:

  1. Faulty wireless charger
  2. Obstruction between the phone and the charger
  3. Outdated software
  4. Hardware defects

If you want to resolve the issue here are 6 solutions for you.

Fix 01: Restart Your Galaxy S22

Performing a restart on your Galaxy S22 can effectively address various issues, including any difficulties encountered with wireless charging.

To restart your device, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the power button and volume down button simultaneously.
Force restart samsung
  1. Wait until the power menu appears, and tap on “Restart.”
  2. Wait for the device to restart and try charging wirelessly again.
Restart galaxy s22

Fix 02: Check the Wireless Charger

Samsung charging wirelessly

As you can see in the image, your Galaxy S22’s center should be placed on the center of the charging pad to charge the device correctly. Therefore, try to place the phone on the pad differently to see if it detects the charger.

Also, check if you have enabled fast wireless charging feature. If you have enabled the feature, try disabling it. If you haven’t enabled the feature, then enable it and see if the problem resolves. You can locate the fast wireless charging feature by following the steps below:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Tap on “Battery and device care.”
  3. Tap on Battery.
  4. Then scroll down and tap on “More battery settings.”
More battery settings
  1. Scroll down and select “Fast wireless charging.”
  2. Toggle it on or off.
Fast wireless charging

A faulty wireless charger causes issues when charging. Ensure that the charger is plugged in correctly and that the charging pad is clean. Also, make sure the charger is compatible with your Samsung Galaxy S22. 

To check whether it is the charger or your device causing the issue, check the wireless charger with another supported device. If the charger is working correctly with other devices, proceed to the next fix.

Fix 03: Remove the Back Cover and Try Again

The back cover of your Samsung Galaxy S22 can obstruct the wireless charging process. Remove the back cover and place your device on the wireless charger again. If the charging starts, the issue is with the back cover. Consider using a thinner cover or one specifically designed for wireless charging.

Fix 04: Do a Software Update

If you haven’t updated your phone’s software, it is time to do that now. Outdated software also causes issues with wireless charging, as they often lead to creating software bugs.

To update your Samsung Galaxy S22, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Scroll down and tap on “Software update.”
Software update
  1. Tap on “Download and install.”
Download and install

If an update is available, you will receive a notification. Then, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update.

Fix 05: Try a Different Wireless Charger

If the issue persists even after updating the software, try using a different wireless charger. This will further determine if the problem is with your current charger or your Samsung Galaxy S22. 

It is okay if you don’t have an extra wireless charger, you can proceed to the fix below. But if you do have or you can find one, if the device charges wirelessly with a different charger, consider replacing your current charger.

Fix 06: Take Your Phone to a Repair Center to Check for Hardware Defects

Smartphone repairing

If you cannot see the device chargers even after changing the charger, there could be a hardware defect causing the wireless charging issue. In this case, take your Samsung Galaxy S22 to an authorized repair center for a thorough inspection and possible repair or replacement. If you are eligible for a warranty, take your warranty information with you when you go to the repair center.

Wrapping Up

In this guide, we have discussed possible reasons for wireless charging not working on your Samsung Galaxy S22 and provided several fixes to resolve the issue. If you have tried all the fixes mentioned above and your device still does not charge wirelessly, it is best to take it to a repair center for further inspection, as we have mentioned above. 

Let us know which one worked for you. If you have any questions or need additional assistance, please leave a comment below.

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