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Old November 22nd, 2010, 11:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old November 22nd, 2010, 11:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It has been available for just about a week now.
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Why the hell doesn't the phone ship with this? Sigh.
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Old November 23rd, 2010, 10:25 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Anyone know how much thicker this makes the phone? If it's not very much, I wouldn't mind picking this up.
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Old November 23rd, 2010, 04:21 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Exactly what I was thinking...
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Anyone know how much thicker this makes the phone? If it's not very much, I wouldn't mind picking this up.
I will post some pics tomorrow, not that thick at all.
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Got mine. The phone is really no thicker but I'm struggling with the weight. It feels like a brick now. Reminds me of my old Treo 650 from back in the day. I wish I wasn't so OCD but the damn thing just seems so heavy...
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Got mine. The phone is really no thicker but I'm struggling with the weight. It feels like a brick now. Reminds me of my old Treo 650 from back in the day. I wish I wasn't so OCD but the damn thing just seems so heavy...
You obviously never had an original Droid lol. That thing was a tank with the all metal casing. Durable as hell, but the heaviest phone I've ever felt. I went to that from a BB 8900 which is about half the weight of the Droid Pro.

Still, I do like how light the Pro feels and my battery life isn't bad so far, so I might just suck it up for a while.
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Got mine. The phone is really no thicker but I'm struggling with the weight. It feels like a brick now. Reminds me of my old Treo 650 from back in the day. I wish I wasn't so OCD but the damn thing just seems so heavy...
Any noticeable improvement on the battery life though?
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Too early to tell. I can report back at the end of tomorrow. But based on the size of the battery alone, I'm fully expecting to see at least a 20% boost by the time I have it conditioned! That should get me through a full 24 hours of average use for me. I have the second one on a charger so I just switch out every morning...
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Old November 24th, 2010, 06:47 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I got mine today. My device feels so much better in my hand, as for the thickness, not much at all. Only bad thing is I have to return my case and holster and get a different one that will fit my device.

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Old November 25th, 2010, 11:07 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Any noticeable improvement on the battery life though?
Definitely. Gets better every day. I am a heavy email user (Gmail push and corp email and related sync through Goodlink Enterprise). As of yesterday I was at 60% after 18 hours of normal use.
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Anyone know how much thicker this makes the phone? If it's not very much, I wouldn't mind picking this up.
Barely noticeable. In fact, my case actually fits (a little tight) with the extended battery in it.
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Is this the $49.99 one available at vzw's website ?
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Old November 25th, 2010, 09:15 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I am loving the extended battery, been using my phone all day and I am still at 70%.
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Old November 25th, 2010, 11:51 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Is this the $49.99 one available at vzw's website ?
Affirmative.
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Old November 26th, 2010, 06:41 AM   #18 (permalink)
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Definitely. Gets better every day. I am a heavy email user (Gmail push and corp email and related sync through Goodlink Enterprise). As of yesterday I was at 60% after 18 hours of normal use.
Wow, that is crazy good.
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I think I'm going to have to ask for this for Christmas. I've been charging my phone non-stop over thanksgiving break and all I'm doing is texting and using Gchat a lot, barely even making phone calls.
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Def want the extended battery but now I'm hearing none of the VZW gloves/cases will fit once this bigger battery is installed....
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Not to thread jack...but you mentioned conditioning the battery. May I ask what all this consists of?
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Is this available online only? or in stores too?
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Is this available online only? or in stores too?
Try calling your local Verizon store, mine didn't have any so I had to order mine online.
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I can only make it through 1/2 the day with the normal battery. Am I doing something wrong? I'm using Juice Defender and I've turned the brightness way down. GPS is off. I am probably fussing with the phone for a total of 30 minutes over this period of time.
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I can only make it through 1/2 the day with the normal battery. Am I doing something wrong? I'm using Juice Defender and I've turned the brightness way down. GPS is off. I am probably fussing with the phone for a total of 30 minutes over this period of time.
Make sure you have the network mode set to CDMA, that should help some.
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I never thought another phone would be as bad as my Dinc as far as battery consumption, but the Pro wins that trophy hands down.

I've checked cdma and other settings so what gives? I'm not a power user.
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So much for the low res screen not soaking up so much of the processor/battery.

Might be time to root soon, setCPU should be able to save plenty of battery life.
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Just got the battery today (haven't had time to give info on how the battery life is) but just wanted to say that the blue silicone case that I ordered from VZW, as well as a case that I ordered from Ebay (Grey Argyle silicone case) both fit perfectly with the extended battery....
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Just got the battery today (haven't had time to give info on how the battery life is) but just wanted to say that the blue silicone case that I ordered from VZW, as well as a case that I ordered from Ebay (Grey Argyle silicone case) both fit perfectly with the extended battery....

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Just got the battery today (haven't had time to give info on how the battery life is) but just wanted to say that the blue silicone case that I ordered from VZW, as well as a case that I ordered from Ebay (Grey Argyle silicone case) both fit perfectly with the extended battery....
Did the battery come with another back for the phone? How far does it stick out compared to the part of the phone where the camera is?
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Did the battery come with another back for the phone? How far does it stick out compared to the part of the phone where the camera is?
Yes, the battery comes with an extra back. It makes the phone 1-2 mm thicker and you can hardly tell at all. Basically all the battery does is flatten out the hump at the top a little bit, the hump is still there but it is not as big. Like I stated above, both of my cases fit perfectly
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I'm glad the shell and holster from Verizon fits with the extended battery
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were you able to do that without taking off the extended battery back piece?
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I will order one for my Pro - hope it will be worth the price.
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were you able to do that without taking off the extended battery back piece?

Yup, you just need to push it in.
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Yup, you just need to push it in.
Thanks, i'll give it a try. I was worried about not having the plastic backing on and just using the case.
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Yes, the battery comes with an extra back. It makes the phone 1-2 mm thicker and you can hardly tell at all. Basically all the battery does is flatten out the hump at the top a little bit, the hump is still there but it is not as big. Like I stated above, both of my cases fit perfectly
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Any reports on how much better the battery life is?
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Battery life with the extended battery has drastically improved over the past few weeks:

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What do you guys have your brightness set on? Automatic?
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OK, so after a few days of using the extended battery, I can say that it definitely is worth the money. I get 12 hours of HEAVY use out of it, where I would get 5-6 out of the standard battery w/ moderate use. The battery life seemed to improve over a few days, I guess it had to be conditioned. To answer the post above this one, yes I keep the brightness of automatic
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Just ordered mine. $39 shipped.
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I thought it was $50. Where'd you get it?
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Called Verizon. They even billed it to my account. That was with taxes and all.
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EBAY HAS THIS EXTENDED BATTERY OFFER:

MOTOROLA DROID PRO EXTENDED BATTERY + COVER + BP7X OEM


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EBAY HAS THIS EXTENDED BATTERY OFFER:

MOTOROLA DROID PRO EXTENDED BATTERY + COVER + BP7X OEM


yep, but it's $60....cheaper at Verizon
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I thought it was $50. Where'd you get it?
Most people have some sort of work discount on their account where they can get at least 15% off accessories.
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Most people have some sort of work discount on their account where they can get at least 15% off accessories.
Yep. I forgot about that. And then they jacked up my delivery address so they gave me another 5 off my bill. LOL. So after its said and done I paid 34 for it.
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Verizon has an online promo code for batteries, BAT30, for 30% off. I just ordered an extended battery and cover for my Droid Pro for $27.81 after work discount and promo code, including taxes. Make sure to log into your Verizon account first so that any work discount you may have applies, search for the extended battery then apply the promo code.
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Odd, I logged into my account and it didn't give me the usual 15% off accessories before the bat30 code. They have free overnight shipping as well.
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