After switching from Android to Hongmeng, Huawei mobile phones also have new skills: intelligently identify counterfeit chargers-Huawei, Hongmeng ——Quick Technology (driver)
After the release of Huawei Hongmeng HarmonyOS2, there were many responders. In just one week, the number of upgraded users exceeded 10 million. However, as more and more old models of Huawei mobile phones are upgraded to HarmonyOS, many users find that the charger they have been using when charging the phone, the notification bar will prompt 'Charging is slow, this charger has not passed the fast charging protocol detection , Fast charging is not possible'. In this regard, Bruce Lee, vice president of Huawei's mobile phone product line, explained that the appearance of this prompt indicates that the charger is a counterfeit product, because Huawei has added a charger intelligent identification function to HarmonyOS, which can identify counterfeit Huawei's counterfeit chargers. Why does the Hongmeng system introduce this recognition mechanism? The main purpose is to protect the user's charging experience and personal safety. Huawei mobile phones generally use Huawei's self-developed fast charging protocol HUAWEI SuperCharge, and third-party uncertified chargers do not support the HUAWEI SuperCharge fast charging protocol, which will greatly reduce the user's charging experience. For example, it only takes 45 minutes to fully charge with Huawei original or third-party brand certified by HUAWEI SuperCharge. It may take up to 2 hours to fully charge a counterfeit charger that has not been officially certified. On the other hand, there have been too many incidents of explosions and fires caused by the use of counterfeit chargers in recent years, posing a threat to the property and personal safety of users. Therefore, when buying a mobile phone charger, you must choose the official original or third-party brand, and don't try to buy cheap local products. At present, the third-party charger brands with good reputation include Green Alliance, Baseus, Anker, Pisen, etc. If you do not want to buy original chargers, you can give priority to these third-party brands. It is worth mentioning that a small number of Huawei users have reported that this kind of system prompt will occasionally pop up when using the official original charger. In this case, it is often caused by too large contact resistance of the charging cable. If this prompt appears frequently, it is recommended to replace the charging cable.