Charging Car Dock for Galaxy S8, S7, S6 edge+, S6, Note 8, 5, Nexus 6 and NFC-Compatible Phones
Compatible with Galaxy S6 edge+, S6, S5, S4, Note 5, 4, Nexus 5, and other NFC-compatible phones
Includes 6.5' (2 meter) integrated Micro USB to USB connector cable
Car dock can be paired with iBOLT’s Dock‘n Drive iOS app with NFC tag
2 year iBOLT manufacturer’s warranty
The iBOLT mPro NFC windshield or dash car dock is compatible with NFC-compatible Android smartphones having a bottom-centered Micro USB charging port, including Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, S6, S5, S4, Note 5, Note 4, and Nexus 5. The charging car dock includes a 6.5’ (2 meter) integrated Micro USB to USB connector cable, so there’s no more fumbling with finding a separate charging cable. Plug the USB end of the cable into your car USB port (if available) or into a USB car charger (sold separately). To install the phone, simply adjust the latch height at the back of the holder once and lock it in place to fit your Android phone with case up to 6” high. Insert phone by pushing up on the latch and inserting the phone directly onto the integrated connector. The mPro NFC features a strong and vibration-free ROK III Mount with industry-standard 17mm ball. The mPro2 car dock can be directly attached to the car dashboard or windshield. The long cable allows for convenient left-side windshield placement while charging. The mPro2 holder’s design allows for dash cam functionality. An adhesive mini mount and air vent mount are also included, providing additional flexibility and making it a 3-in-1 mounting solution. Tap on the included NFC tag to pair your phone with iBOLT’s free premium Dock‘n Drive iOS app that provides drivers with an easy-to-view smartphone positioning system along with access to music apps, maps, and additional features through a simple home screen. This is ideal for GPS navigation, music streaming, or hands-free calling. The car dock is designed for virtually all standard cases and most OtterBox Commuter (excluding Defender and Lifeproof models) cases.