It is believed that all Android smartphones with fast charging support turning this feature on or off (a technology that allows you to charge the device much faster, with a maximum charge speed falling on average from 0% to 60%, then the charge speed is usually equalized) . This is not entirely true: some smartphones do support this feature, but by no means all. And to prove this, as an example, we will use the Samsung Galaxy device. Perhaps a similar function is also on other smartphones from Xiaomi, Huawei, Honor, etc., we will not vouch.
Go to the Settings app on your desktop.
Here you will need to find and open the item “Device Maintenance”.
At the bottom of the window, tap on the “Battery” button.
Click on the button in the upper right corner so that an additional “Settings” button appears, on which you need to tap.
Find the “Quick Charge” item and enable or disable it to activate and deactivate this function..
Please note that in this case, fast wireless charging is also supported, which can be turned on or off..
If you did not find the ability to disconnect in your smartphone, try using the menu search for the words “fast” or “fast charge” (without quotes).