Are cable bites only for iphones?


Madison Vaughan   |   Member since 2014  |  10+ Answers Submitted  |  ✔ Verified

CABLE BITES are accessories for iPhone official lightning cables. Their cute expressions will bring a smile to your face while protecting the most sensitive part of your charging cable – where the cord meets the plug.

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Cameron Robertson   |   Member since 2017  |  10+ Answers Submitted  |  ✔ Verified

Besides, do cable bites work?

Would this work with an Android phone cord as well? Answer: Hello, cable bite SOLELY fits Apple's cable connector and iPhone's thickness. It is NOT Comaptible with Android phones such as Samsung, LG, etc.

Also, how do cable protectors work? Cable protectors work by protecting the point at which the cable joins the plastic or metal plug. They should be made of a flexible material like rubber, to allow the cable to flex slightly when pressure is applied. If the cable protector does not flex, it merely moves the point of weakness further up the cable.


Liv Yard   |   Member since 2016  |  10+ Answers Submitted  |  ✔ Verified

In this way, do cable bites work for Samsung?

CABLE BITES protect your cables from rips and tears. Use on a Wide Range of Cables : Compatible with most Smartphones ( Android & Apple devices) such as iPhone, iPad, Google, Samsung, HTC, best fits connectors no wider than 10mm and many more devices.


Phillip Roth   |   Member since 2010  |  10+ Answers Submitted  |  ✔ Verified

How do you pet proof cables?

Wrap cords. Use corrugated wire loom tubing or plastic spiral wrap, which are available from many office supply and other stores. Some tubing and wrap may not be strong enough to protect cords from persistent pets. PVC piping is a sturdier option, but is also less flexible.


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What are cord bytes?

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How can I protect my phone cable?

Check them out below:Use the spring from a pen to keep the cable intact. Just open up a pen to get the spring inside. Or do the paracord trick. Get paracord, cut open and remove the white strand. Try this bracelet trick. Get some embroidery floss, cut the floss so it's four times longer than your charger cable.


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Are magnetic chargers bad for your phone?

Magnets have no noticeable effects on smartphones. However, this does not mean that they've no effect at all. Indeed, they have. For example, Apple iPhone's charging pad utilizes fluctuating magnetic fields around it to charge the smartphone wirelessly.


Alexander Rixon   |   Member since 2020  |  ✔ Verified

Why do Apple Chargers break so fast?

There seems to be multiple reasons for it primarily there is no strain relief on Apple Travels, also Apple cables are much thinner compared to the comparable Android charging cables. Additionally, the plastic cladding on the Apple charging cables is also very thin compared to to Android cables.


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What are bytes cable protectors?

Bytes Cable Protector & Adapter Charge Pack. If you're worried about the shelf life of your charging cables, fret no longer: Bytes by tzumi are here to save your gear. These cute little cable-savers slide onto a cord's charging connector head, hugging it tightly to prevent from unnecessary damage during daily use.


Domenic Dowson   |   Member since 2010  |  ✔ Verified

Are braided cables better?

A good-quality nylon-braided cable is going to last you a lot longer than the cable Apple ships to you in the box. The woven exterior of the cable not only provides crucial structural integrity that will prevent tearing and fraying from everyday use, but also helps it withstand especially extreme forms of punishment.


Tom Pierce   |   Member since 2014  |  ✔ Verified

How do you fix an exposed wire on a charger?

Fix Exposed Wires in ChargerStep 1: Clean Up Around Exposed Wires. Clean up the area around the wires. Step 2: Locate Sugru. Sugru is a fantastic product that is mould-able like silly putty and dries semi-hard. Step 3: Mould the Sugru Onto the Exposed Wires. Take out the packet of sugru and open it. Step 4: Leave the Wires Alone for 24 Hours.


Aiden Redwood   |   Member since 2020  |  ✔ Verified

What are cable bites for?

CABLE BITES are accessories for iPhone official lightning cables. CABLE BITE animals attached to your charging cable and appear to be biting onto your smartphone. Their cute expressions will bring a smile to your face while protecting the most sensitive part of your charging cable – where the cord meets the plug.


Dalia Owens   |   Member since 2011  |  ✔ Verified

How can I improve my charger cable?

Use electrical tape - Another cheap and simple method is to wrap electrical tape around the ends of the cord that meet the plug. 6. Heat shrink them - Heat shrink tubing is another simple way to strengthen your charger cables.


Liam Vane   |   Member since 2015  |  ✔ Verified

How can I protect my iPhone charger cable?

If you fancy something cuter - try out the paracord trick! Get paracord, cut open and remove the white strand. Then melt the ends with a lighter to stop the cord from fraying. When you're done with that, weave the cord to the cable.


Jade Palmer   |   Member since 2019  |  ✔ Verified

Does using a non Apple charger ruin your phone?

Using a Non-Apple Charger is Dangerous. They say that charging your iPhone with non-Apple brand cell phone cables can damage your device. The truth is that the user was using a knockoff charger, which caused the damage to the phone. The act of charging and using a phone at the same time is not inherently dangerous.


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