1. Check the cable for damage: Inspect the cable for any visible damage, such as frayed wires, bent pins, or a damaged connector. If you find any damage, it's best to replace the cable.
2. Clean the charging port: Dirt or debris in the charging port can prevent the cable from properly connecting, leading to slow charging. Use a soft, dry toothbrush or a can of compressed air to clean the charging port gently.
3. Use a fast charging cable: If your device supports fast charging, try using a fast charging cable compatible with your device. These cables are designed to deliver more power to your device, which can result in faster charging times.
Notes: The maximum power supported by the device, power source, and charging cable affects charging speed. USB-A to USB-C or USB-A to Lightning cables don't support PD fast charging.