I'm confused by your answer. The product page highlights QC 2.0 compatibility. Also, here is an answer given by another rep to a similar question:
"LGJoel · 5 months ago
The LG V10 Battery Charging Cradle, Model # BC-4900 is compatible with Quick Charge 2.0, so how quickly it takes to charge a battery will depend on the power source being used to charge the battery with the cradle. Quick Charge 2.0 supports four modes at varying power levels, 5 volts/2amps, 9V/2A, 12V/1.67A, and a 20 volt option. As a battery charges up, it slowly draws less and less current, which is partly why it takes longer to charge the last 20 percent than the first. With the right power source, the battery in some cases could charge up to 80% in about 30 minutes and could charge the battery fully in under 80 minutes...^IFV"
Is this cradle QC 2.0 compatible, just like the phone, battery, and charger? If not, why in the world would LG manufacture a subpar product, and then market it as compatible?
Date published: 2016-09-19