How to Charge Your Phone With No Charger

Updated July 20, 2017

It was impossible to charge a cell phone without a charger at one point. Cell phone companies used to make people purchase a new charger if they had lost their original ones and wanted to charge their cell phones. However, nowadays there are other ways to charge your cell phone without a charger. One method is to use your computer. Another way is to purchase a product that provides a short-term power supply. It is relatively easy to charge a cell phone using either method, provided you have the correct products.

Plug your cell phone into your desktop computer or laptop if you have a USB cable. Use one of the USB ports on your computer to charge the cell phone.

Go to the Cellboost website alternately. Cellboost is a product that powers your cell phone for up to 60 minutes. Click on cell phones at the right-hand side of the page. Wait for the next page to load. Go to the bottom of the page and click on the name of the manufacturer of your phone.

Scroll down the page and look for the model of your cell phone to make sure the company has a booster for your cell phone.

Click on where to buy at the top of the page if Cellboost makes a product that works with your cell phone. Click on cell phones once the next page has loaded.

Purchase a Cellboost from one of the stores displayed. Go to the store or order it over the Internet.

Connect the Cellboost to your cell phone once it arrives.


You only have 60 minutes of cell phone usage through a Cellboost. Once the 60 minutes is used up, you will need to purchase a new Cellboost.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer
  • USB cable
  • Cellboost


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About the Author

Nigel Ward has been writing for internet sites since June 2009. His articles have appeared in "Fitness Uncovered," "Earnest Parenting," and "Age Concern." A qualified TESOL and primary school teacher, he has a Post Graduate Certificate in education from St Martin's College, Carlisle and a BA (Hons) Degree in applied theology from Manchester University.