I have had a PowerCore 15600 since December 2015, using it with a Nexus 4, Nexus 5X, Huawei P10 Lite and currently a LG G6. I have found that the LG G6 is only being slow charged by the PowerCore, which is not enough to actually power device when it is turned on.
When the LG is connected to the PowerCore, I get a max charging speed of 500mA using Ampere
When the Huawei or Nexus is connected, I get a max charging speed of 1800mA using Ampere
I also have a PowerPort 5 (x2 home and work) and the LG reads max charging speed of 1800mA when using these; and I also get a max charging speed of 2000mA via the Nexus 5X charger and a Samsung Adaptive charger that came with the phone (phone was parallel imported from Singapore and the included USB charger cannot be used in local wall outlets)
I am using a mix of Anker USB-A to Micro-USB, USB-A to USB-C, USB-C to USB-C and Micro-USB to USB-C adapters depending on the phone and charger that is being used.
I have already reached out to Anker but they do not have an LG G6 to do testing with and because the PowerCore is out of its warranty timeframe, it cannot be replaced (even though it does not seem to be faulty as it charges all other devices without issue)
Does anyone have any thoughts?
Any way to reset the speed that the LG G6 have negotiated to use with each other?