Do you think if the battery was charging the remote rather than accepting a charge he would have left it in the tips? Seems unlikely.Only one "hidden" tip, and that's forcing the remote to charge through the hub, at the same time charge a battery. The rest are documented.
You wouldn't be fast charging the AC battery though. Charger is only 18W, so if you're stealing wattage for the RC, you have less for the AC batteries.
Actually I don't think you will be charging the AC batteries at all, but rather draining one into the RC.
I wouldn't leave the sticks in place in the case. You can see the case cover did not come all the way down, so you're putting pressure on them and the case. Might be OK for a short move once in a while.
It charges the remote in this way, otherwise, the LED would not be blinking, this is the same behavior as if you would just turn on the power bank to charge the RC.Only if he realized it. He could have misinterpreted the lights.
Psssst- I'm guessing but I think the OP may have created the video..... Good chance he is talking from actual experience. @heo3480 is it you who provided us with your best tips?He's claiming both the RC and an AC battery in the hub are simultaneously charging. I suspect that isn't the case but rather when the button is pushed, the hub reverts to power bank mode where the RC is being charged by one of the AC batteries in the hub. I could be wrong, but that's what I suspect.
Yes sir It’s properly what is happening the one of batteries charges the phone, but In this way you don’t have to wait until the last battery has charged.