Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0/3.0 are Qualcomm proprietary technologies that decreases the charge time for mobile devices by 40% to 75% while maintaining the plug-and-play ease of use of USB connectors.

With the market trending to more powerful devices Li-Ion batteries are increasing in capacity to maintain run time. The Qualcomm certification will be a powerful proof to demonstrate your mobile devices allow users to spend less time charging and more time doing.  The certified devices can be always on, always connected, and always running apps!

Qualcomm has selected UL to be the sole source Testing and Certification Laboratory. The service has been implemented and is being conducted initially out of the Fremont, Calif., laboratory.

To learn more about Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0, please contact us via “Contact UL” form.  Or watch the replay of the Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 Webinar!


– March 14th 2017 – Qualcomm Quick Charge 4      **COMING SOON**

– SEPTEMBER  14th 2015 – Qualcomm announced the release of Quick Charge 3.0 availability!   UL is proud to be able to support 3.0 Certification Testing and is taking applications! Check out Qualcomm’s site for more information about Quick Charge 3.0!







45 Responses to “Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0, 3.0 and 4”

  1. matv says:

    Tanks qualcomm

  2. steven says:

    Nice product , thanks!

  3. Ken Chen says:

    I’d like ot check iWatt-iW626 and Fairchild-FAN6100 if get Qualcomm aprpoal for QC2.0 power controller ?? Thanks.

  4. Arpin says:

    how do i enable turbo charging mode??

    • Richard Hammer says:

      Hi Arpin, Apologies…there’s not enough information to go on in this question. If you asking how you can enable your smartphone to use Quick Charge 2.0 (which Motorola calls Turbo Charge), then there’s nothing for you to do. It’s automated in the phone and turns itself on by default when plugged into a QC 2.0 enabled accessory. On the other hand if you are asking how to enable QC 2.0 in an accessory you’re manufacturing, then you need to contact Qualcomm and get an NDA in place for more info. Hope that helps!

      • Dave says:

        Where can you purchase the quickcharge accessory from? Cant seem to find it

      • Richard Hammer says:

        Hi Dave,

        Try starting with this link to see the devices, charges and accessories that have been approved to date.


        Your best bet would be to then select one and search your favorite online electronics store.


      • Peter Brauner says:


        We are developing a hardware device where we would like to enable Quick Charge 2.0/3.0 technology. You mention that we need to contact Qualcomm for a NDA. How do we contact you about that?



      • Richard Hammer says:

        Hi Peter,

        We suggest you contact Qualcomm directly to get started assuming you do not have an licensing agreement in place yet. It is suggested you start here https://www.qualcomm.com/invention/licensing
        Then, once your product is ready for Certification testing go to this page and download the UL test agreement. Once completed and returned UL will work with you to schedule the testing.
        BTW, there is a great video replay of the certification process on this page as well! We encourage you to register and view it.

        Please let us know if you have any additional questions!

        The UL Team

  5. paco says:

    Tambien funciona con el xperia z2??????

  6. Vignesh says:

    My device is a Samsung Galaxy grand 2 and runs on Qualcomm snapdragon 400 msm8226 .does it support quickcharge 2.0?

  7. Pankaj Lalla says:

    Hey my device is yu yureka and it has qualcomm snapdragon 615 processor. I would like to know whether every device with such chipset will support quick charge? I have checked with the devices list and my device is not mentioned there along with many other devices which do support it and not mentioned in list
    So how to know whether my device has quick charge or not?

    • Richard Hammer says:

      Note that although the device may use a Qualcomm processor that supports the Qualcomm Quick Charge technology, the device manufacturer may not have implemented Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 in their device. Conversely, the manufacturer may have implemented the technology but may have elected to not undergo the Logo Certification process. Hence you will not find them listed on the Qualcomm site…even though they may have implemented the technology. In this case you would have to contact the manufacturer to confirm.

  8. Ankit Madia says:

    Is quick charge 2.0 available for nokia lumia 730.??

  9. Galen says:

    where can I get the QuickCharge2.0 Interface Specification 80-NH008-1, so that we can start to develop the interface IC?

  10. Tom Jiang says:

    Dear Sir,

    How can I get the UL certifcate, and approved from Qualcomm, and also my company name will be showed on Qualcomm website?


  11. Suppachai says:

    Dear sir,
    I bought power adapter which declare support quick charge 2.0 and it has quick charge logo.
    It is rock brand from aliexpress ( http://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/6589563230.html?orderId=66682875711854 ).
    But I’m wondering about qualcomm website doesn’t have Rock brand of list of manufactor support quick charge 2.0.
    Also power adapter of rock brand support quick charge 2.0 or not ?
    Best regards.

    • Richard Hammer says:

      Hello, This device has NOT been tested by UL and Qualcomm has no trademark agreements in place with them either. We suggest you return the device and purchase one that is on the Qualcomm list of devices certified by UL. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Qualcomm will be contacting the company shortly.

  12. way2broke says:

    is choetech a certified charger

    • Richard Hammer says:

      Choetech is a product of Shenzhen Dak Technology Co LTD. You should see the Choetech product listed on Qualcomm’s site shortly.

  13. way2broke says:


    choetech shows QUALCOMM name and quick charge 2.0 icon, but noton your certified list… will it work on my htc m8 as a quick charge 20 item

  14. Peter Lin says:

    I got a Quick Charge 2.0 charger and devices that support QC 2.0, the charger marked 5v/9v/12v but I only can charge my devices by 9v, I am wondering is there any device that support 12v charging of my QC 2.0 charger?

  15. Chi says:

    This Aukey charger claims to be “officially certified by UL Ventures on behalf of Qualcomm.” However, it’s not on the official list you gave:


    So, does Aukey make a fraudulent claim or it’s an oversight by Qualcomm? Please advise.

  16. Fathur says:

    It’s really nice technology with fast charge

    but i’m still understand about the compatibility of smartphone and how it’s can work

    because, i already tested with charger from Sony (Sony UCH-10) and i tested on LG Nexus 5,Xperia Z3c

    When i tested it with the application (AMPERE and Battery Monitor) the Voltage only 3990mV / 4020mV.

    But when i tried tested by Ampere Meter, the voltage it’s like normally charge (5000mV)
    Honestly, Qualcomm Quick Charger it’s already support with high voltage (9000mV & 12000mV)

    So, Anybody can tell me about the list of smartphone to support with Quallcomm Quick Charger 2.0 ?? and how to know our smartphone it’s compatibelity with this charge

    Thanks a lot

  17. David Crandon says:


    I have two devices that have the Quickcharge 2.0 technology. A Nexus 6 and a Moto X.

    Qualcomm states in the FAQ that the technology is designed to be connector independent. Does this mean that I can use any USB cable?

    In the past, I always thought that you needed to use a USB charge ONLY cable (the data pins being shorted) to pass enough current. Is this not necessary with Quickcharge 2.0?

    I would ask Qualcomm this, but their doesn’t appear to be anywhere on the Quickcharge pages to be able to ask a question.

    From Qualcomms FAQ:

    Q6: Does it matter what type of charging cable is used with a Quick Charge 2.0 adapter?
    A: Quick Charge 2.0 is designed to be connector-independent. Quick Charge 2.0 can be implemented with a variety of formats, including USB Type-A, USB micro, USB Type-C, and other proprietary connectors.

    Quick Charge 2.0 high-voltage operation is designed to minimize charging issues associated with long or thin cables, allowing for a superior charging experience, independent of cable type.

  18. Gerald says:

    I’m using Zenfone 2 Laser with Snapdragon 410 on board. I was wondering how to enable quick charge for my phone to lessen the charging time. I tried using a Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 Certified Charger, Still it charges from 1% to 100% in 3.5hrs.

    How can I activate Quick Charge because we know Snapdragon 410 has a Quick Charge Feature.


  19. Kevin says:


    I am using one plus two where in charging is taking 2.5 hrs time with power connection directly.. with usb it is taking its own sweet time.. with this adapter .. will this problem be resolved ….

  20. Adel says:

    we want to launch a portable power bank with Qualcomm 2.0 feature. What are logo restrictions if we do an “end product” testing as oppose to just the “chipset”?

    Is there a direct contact that can help facilitate the testing process in China for us?


  21. R2L says:

    What about if our QC certification is based on a certified product (i.e multiple listing), will our product be included in the QC device list on the Qualcomm official website?

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