Data transfer with 67w charging cable? + Charging Animation?


SunilStark

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Does the charging cables with original 67w charger supports data transfer with Mi 11 Ultra?

Does the Mi 11 Ultra shows 67w charging in animation? Can anyone send me a screenshot or charging with 67w?

Thanks. Much Appreciated.
 

Bar.Tek

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Mom mi11pro. I have not checked the data transfer on the already existing cable, I am using a different one.
As for loading, after connecting it shows the loading percentage with an animation of decimal numbers after the decimal point, e.g. 47.23%
then you normally have the inscription Mi turbo charge
 

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Mom mi11pro. I have not checked the data transfer on the already existing cable, I am using a different one.
As for loading, after connecting it shows the loading percentage with an animation of decimal numbers after the decimal point, e.g. 47.23%
then you normally have the inscription Mi turbo charge
Ok thanks... I thought it will show "67 watt charging" in animation... Now it's clear.
 

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From what I read, for the amination to display 67 watts Max, the charger must be much more powerful. How to connect e.g. 100w and the appropriate cable, you will see 67W max.

from the charger to the phone, there are transmission losses on the cable, so the charger must always be stronger than the declared charging power
 

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This guy, sunilstark, was over on XDA asking the same question. The official charging cable from Xiaomi, naturally supports data transfer and there is charging animation. He has already been answered many times on this.
 

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This guy, sunilstark, was over on XDA asking the same question. The official charging cable from Xiaomi, naturally supports data transfer and there is charging animation. He has already been answered many times on this.
And I got a better answer here... And I am not the only one to ask the same question on multiple platforms to get different answers. So stop being toxic. And I asked because my cable was not able to transfer data. And seller had no idea if it supports or not. So I asked... So no, it's not naturally obvious, and now I know and I asked him to change the charging set and it works now..
 

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And I got a better answer here... And I am not the only one to ask the same question on multiple platforms to get different answers. So stop being toxic. And I asked because my cable was not able to transfer data. And seller had no idea if it supports or not. So I asked... So no, it's not naturally obvious, and now I know and I asked him to change the charging set and it works now..
How is it being toxic. It may not be obvious to you, but if you were sligtly aware, the another name for a USB cable is actually 'data transfer cable', so as everyone has told you, yes it is made to transfer data. All cables transfer data, the only difference is the rate at which they transfer the data and that will vary slightly based on which USB standard and USB port you are using. If your cable is unable to transfer data, it is probably due to a wire having been broken, and thusly the connection to transfer data would also be broken. The seller probably didn't have any idea what you were yalking about and so he simply said that he didn't know, since he wants to make a sale and not anger you and lose a sale.
 
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And I got a better answer here... And I am not the only one to ask the same question on multiple platforms to get different answers. So stop being toxic. And I asked because my cable was not able to transfer data. And seller had no idea if it supports or not. So I asked... So no, it's not naturally obvious, and now I know and I asked him to change the charging set and it works now..
the charging cable can transfer data, and the animation is mi turbo charge XX.YY%
YY will rapidly increase
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How is it being toxic. It may not be obvious to you, but if you were sligtly aware, the another name for a USB cable is actually 'data transfer cable', so as everyone has told you, yes it is made to transfer data. All cables transfer data, the only difference is the rate at which they transfer the data and that will vary slightly based on which USB standard and USB port you are using. If your cable is unable to transfer data, it is probably due to a wire having been broken, and thusly the connection to transfer data would also be broken. The seller probably didn't have any idea what you were yalking about and so he simply said that he didn't know, since he wants to make a sale and not anger you and lose a sale.
sometimes, off brand charging cable has problem transferring data, but of course original one from box should be fine
 
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the charging cable can transfer data, and the animation is mi turbo charge XX.YY%
YY will rapidly increase
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sometimes, off brand charging cable has problem transferring data, but of course original one from box should be fine
An Android phone is always packaged with a data tranfers cable from the manufacturer. Android phones have been designed with as they are designed so that they work with ADB commands from your PC, as well as, upgrades from your PC and other software that accesses your device from the PC. Xiaomi uses things like MiFlash, MiUlock and PCsuite. Samsung uses Odin and Dex. ZTE has mobile tools that are loaded on your PC, as do other manufacturers. In order for any of this to work, it needs a data tranfer cable. Anyone that has bought a phone from a manufacturer or reputable source, knows this. Some people apparently have done neither.
 

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An Android phone is always packaged with a data tranfers cable from the manufacturer. Android phones have been designed with as they are designed so that they work with ADB commands from your PC, as well as, upgrades from your PC and other software that accesses your device from the PC. Xiaomi uses things like MiFlash, MiUlock and PCsuite. Samsung uses Odin and Dex. ZTE has mobile tools that are loaded on your PC, as do other manufacturers. In order for any of this to work, it needs a data tranfer cable. Anyone that has bought a phone from a manufacturer or reputable source, knows this. Some people apparently have done neither.

yes, if it's the original charging cable, then it'll work under normal circumstances, but defects can happen also, right?
as he mentioned

"And I asked because my cable was not able to transfer data. And seller had no idea if it supports or not. So I asked... So no, it's not naturally obvious, and now I know and I asked him to change the charging set and it works now.. "

his cable wasn't able to transfer data, only after exchanging to a new one. his seller saying "no idea" is probably just a way to try to avoid acknowledging that the data cable he sells is probably defective

and regarding asking the same question in several forums, many people do that, probably he wants some confirmation from several sources, it's up to him, if you don't want to answer him, it's okay too.
 
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yes, if it's the original charging cable, then it'll work under normal circumstances, but defects can happen also, right?
as he mentioned

"And I asked because my cable was not able to transfer data. And seller had no idea if it supports or not. So I asked... So no, it's not naturally obvious, and now I know and I asked him to change the charging set and it works now.. "

his cable wasn't able to transfer data, only after exchanging to a new one. his seller saying "no idea" is probably just a way to try to avoid acknowledging that the data cable he sells is probably defective

and regarding asking the same question in several forums, many people do that, probably he wants some confirmation from several sources, it's up to him, if you don't want to answer him, it's okay too.
Defects can happen at any time to any product and that's a reality, but it's not the norm or what the product was designed to do. Think about it, if you have a car without tires, it doesn't mean that the car doesn't run and it doesn't mean that a new car dealer would sell you a car without wheels. Sometimes you need a little common sense and a little effort. If you go to virtually any sales site, they list spec sheets and what they include with the device they are selling. So sometimes you just got to look, but it's a lot easier to have other people do the work for you.
 

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yes, if it's the original charging cable, then it'll work under normal circumstances, but defects can happen also, right?
as he mentioned

"And I asked because my cable was not able to transfer data. And seller had no idea if it supports or not. So I asked... So no, it's not naturally obvious, and now I know and I asked him to change the charging set and it works now.. "

his cable wasn't able to transfer data, only after exchanging to a new one. his seller saying "no idea" is probably just a way to try to avoid acknowledging that the data cable he sells is probably defective

and regarding asking the same question in several forums, many people do that, probably he wants some confirmation from several sources, it's up to him, if you don't want to answer him, it's okay too.
Thanks for the answer and support. I have no idea why this guy is acting like this... Anyway, the cable was faulty. The seller changed the charging pack. I wasn't sure about the data transferring capabilities because china version doesn't come with a charger and cable. It comes separately for free. I assumed it was cost cutting to just give a charge compatible only cable. And about the charging animation, I owned a mi 10 ultra which showed 120w charging/55w wireless charging specifically written. So I was wondering the same about 67w charging.
 

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I assumed it was cost cutting to just give a charge compatible only cable
i owned CN version also, and the charger and cable that came separately can transfer data also. i think if it's a genuine one from xiaomi (or any other manufacturer), their cable can be used to transfer data.

only those 3rd party cheap ones that may not have data transfer capability.