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I am trying to find any way in which I can have a higher power output from a USB power bank, by combining multiple USB ports in parallel. The USB power bank has 3 outputs, one rated at 2.1A and the other two rated at 1A. How do I do this exactly?
One idea would be to use a splitter cable and then combining multiple ports to one, but how would the power be distributed across the wires? I don't think a thin USB power wire is able to handle > 4 amps. Any solution to resolve this issue?