I've got a Nexus 5X phone which does not support QuickCharge, but it does support 'fast charging' through a 5V/3A USB Type C charger.
Normally I charge it with a Type C 5V/3A charger, and a USB Type C to Type C cable:
This works fine. This is the original charger that came with the phone.
Now I'm wondering, what if I get a dual charger like this:
(note that those are two Type A USB ports, not Type C)
Along with a USB Type A to Type C cable:
Will this allow me to charge just as fast? And in that case, should I use the QuickCharge 3.0 port, or the 'regular' 5V/3A (non-QC) port? Or can I expect them both to work?
Basically what I'm wondering is:
Can I get my Nexus 5X to fast charge over a Type A to Type C cable as well, provided that the charger does indeed deliver 5V/3A through the Type A output?
The Nexus 5X does not support QuickCharge 3.0. But considering that QC3.0 specifies support for various voltage and amperage ranges including 3.6V-6.5V/3A, could I still expect my Nexus 5X to fast charge through a QC3.0 charger? (which would again be through a Type A to Type C cable)