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$21 Aukey 46w PD 3.0 Charger w/PPS to charge Note 10+ over 25w $20.99

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So in responding to another SD'er about Note 10 charging, I started poking around and came across this Reddit post by an EE was was testing chargers for his Note 10+ [reddit.com].

Apparently there are PD chargers out there that support PPS but not up to the spec Samsung set for 45w charging which I believe topped at 10v/4.5w.

This charger from Aukey [amazon.com] supports PPS charging, but maxes at 15l6v/3a according to its spec sheet on their website. [aukey.com].

Of course you need an e-marked usb-c cable capable of 100w. They do seem to be available poking around Amazon [amazon.com]. Apple's cable [target.com] has been shown to work as well.

So according to that Reddit post, a non PPS PD Charger will max out at 15w charging. A PPS (nonnsamsung spec) will break the 25w of the included Samsung charger but not reach the 45w of Samsung's charger.

So if you're a charging junky but don't want to put out for Samsung's 45w (sold mine for $45 on ebay), you can give the
Aukey PAY-10 [amazon.com] a try for only $20.99 after applying code GMFA44H2 which I found at the beginning of their Special Offers section.

The charger also has a USB-A 5v/2.1a port as well.

This is also $8 cheaper than a previous popular thread before this PPS info was brought to light.
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Asking seriously,

Does one need to buy the wall plug for $21 and the $7 e-marked usb-c cable? Making the cost $28 and still not as fast as the Official Samsung one.

The official 45 watt plug with the usb-C cable included straight from Samsung is $37 right now.

Is the stock usb-C cable that comes with the note 10+ e-marked?
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Would this also have pps? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079P11....Db8NWXTFK

also
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07W8M7....DbDQS73KS

these can do 15v 3a
It's not about the voltage and amps, it's about supporting PPS, not just PDO.

The PA-Y12 does not according to [urlhttps://www.aukey.com/products/60w-power-delivery-charging-station] their site. [/url]

Seems like a negative on the PA-D5 [aukey.com]
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So the PAY-10 has hidden/undocumented PPS capability?
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Asking seriously,

Does one need to buy the wall plug for $21 and the $7 e-marked usb-c cable? Making the cost $28 and still not as fast as the Official Samsung one.

The official 45 watt plug with the usb-C cable included straight from Samsung is $37 right now.

Is the stock usb-C cable that comes with the note 10+ e-marked?
No idea if it is or isn't. Couldn't find any info with a quick Google.
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So the PAY-10 has hidden/undocumented PPS capability?
It's clearly documented on their website. Link is in the OP, the one referring to their website. It's down in the specs.

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USB-C Output:
(PDO) 5V 3A | 9V 3A | 12V 3A | 15V 3A | 20V 2.3A
(PPS) 3V–16V 3A
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It's clearly documented on their website. Link is in the OP, the one referring to their website. It's down in the specs.
Gotcha. In combination with that Reddit link + the PPS specs (3-16V, 3A), you could infer that this charger (PAY-10) would probably be able to get you to charge at max 30W (10V/3A), slightly faster than the Samsung 25W charger, but not quite as fast as the Samsung 45W charger of course, mainly due to the fact that this Aukey PPS charger has a max output of 3A whereas the Samsung 45W is 5A. However, you are really only charging at 45W (10V/4.5A) for a few min since it is only a peak of about 3-5 min, then quickly backs down in steps to 40W->35W->30W->25W in a span of a few min.
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