A flashing green light on a wireless charging pad from Anker means that you’re using the wrong adapter to charge it. It means that the wireless charging pad is not obtaining proper power from the power outlet. Make sure that you’re using a 5V/2A or above adapter to solve this problem.
With a number of products in the mobile and computer accessories department, Anker is one of the leading brands in the field. Many of their products come with LED lights that flash different colors at different times. These flashing colors can tell you about your battery amount, a charging issue with the device, and more.
In this article, we will discuss the question, “What does green light mean on Anker charger?” as well as the presence of the different lights on the Anker portable power banks and Anker wireless charging pads.
Anker’s Flashing Lights
The LED lights on Anker’s wireless charging pads can flash either a blue or green color. For example, let’s talk about the Anker 7.5 W Wireless Charging Pad.
In this case, there is just one LED light on the front of the device. Wireless chargers are always connected to a power outlet, which means they do not need battery levels like power banks.
Therefore, the LED light tells you the charging status of the pad.
Solid Green Light
We’ve already covered what a flashing green light means (wrong adaptor being used). A solid green light, on the hand, indicates that the device is fully charged.
Solid Blue Light
A solid blue light means that your device is charging the way it’s supposed to.
Flashing Blue LED
If the LED light is flashing blue, it means that your phone is not charging properly. The wireless charging from your pad is not reaching your phone, which could be caused by a number of reasons.
First, make sure that the phone you’re using is compatible with wireless charging. While most new flagship phones come with wireless charging capabilities, mid-range devices and older phones might not be compatible.
Second, interference between your phone and the charging pad can cause issues. While cases up to 5 mm thick made of rubber, plastic, or Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) are okay, other attachments like metal pop sockets or cardholders will not let the charging pad charge your phone.
In this case, remove your cover or any other metal attachment and try charging it again.
Anker portable power banks usually come with 4 LED lights that indicate the battery level. Each of these LEDs stands for 25% of the battery, and flashing blue lights mean that the battery is charging.
You might also see a green light on your Anker power bank that appears when you double click the power button. This is for the trickle charge setting that can be used for low power-devices like Airpods or other wireless earbuds.
The Bottom Line
Anker puts LED lights on its products to let you know the battery amount, charging status, or the presence of any issues with the device. We hope that this article has been informative and helpful for any issue you might be facing. Please feel free to check out our other informative articles and comparisons on WattzUpPower!