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Old May 25th, 2013, 07:36 PM   #51 (permalink)
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I beg to differ. My Mugen battery for my s3 added about 1/2 to 3/4's of a day to my usage life.
in same size without needing an extended back cover?

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in same size without needing an extended back cover?
[HLI-I9300SL] Buy Mugen Power 2300mAh Extended Battery for Samsung Galaxy S3

No changing of the back cover. So stock was 2100. Mugen was 2300.
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The issue I have with doing that is I just purchased the Otterbox Defender case with holster, (I won't put my phone in my pocket) and it would be a real pain to have to swap batteries. My battery life is horrible. I guess I need to do some tweaking or something.



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While the battery life on most smartphones is pretty poor, rather than have a fat battery and ugly cover, I just carry a spare charged battery. I need to use it about once a week.

Is there any reason why you wouldn't want to do that instead of using an extended battery?

Just buy a spare battery and change batteries if you run out. That's what I did with my S2 and that approach served me well for two years.
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I had the mophie juice pack for my iPod Touch which was also a slide on case for it and it lasted all day. Wish they had the same set up for the S4.


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I use the mophie power pack. I just carry it around with me in my back pack. I love it,and I can use whatever case I want.
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I just got one extended battery pack at 3300mah and the case was just a back cover which I though was pretty slim.Doesnt add much to the thickness of the phone at all.Able to give my s4 a full charge from 0-100%.
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Although not an extended battery but a 2600mAh Flash Charger it could be another option at $12.00. I was wondering if anyone knew about the manufacturer or the place its being sold at.

Thinking about going this way since I already bought the Otterbox Navigator and doubt any of the extended batteries will fit in the case or holster.

2600mAh Flash Charger for Cell Phones and Tablets - Assorted Colors | nomorerack.com
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Although not an extended battery but a 2600mAh Flash Charger it could be another option at $12.00. I was wondering if anyone knew about the manufacturer or the place its being sold at.

Thinking about going this way since I already bought the Otterbox Navigator and doubt any of the extended batteries will fit in the case or holster.

2600mAh Flash Charger for Cell Phones and Tablets - Assorted Colors | nomorerack.com
If u are looking for a small and portable charger on the move,I believe u have more options and could probably go for a slightly higher capacity like 3600mah without feeling the bulge in ur bag or if u put it in ur pockets.Shouldnt be difficult if u browse around in the internet for online stores.
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I emailed the address given on this page:
ZeroLemon

My message:

"I would like to know when a Zerolemon extended battery + case will be available for the Galaxy S4.

Do you have any information regarding this that you are allowed to release?"

I got a response early this morning, saying:

"Hi

Thanks for your interest.*
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This will be available in next 2 weeks.

Please check here periodically for availability: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=bl_sr_wireless?_encoding=UTF8&field-brandtextbin=ZeroLemon&node=2335752011"
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Kinda off topic, but I had a look at a video of the anker extended battery which is only double stock battery, and personally I didn't like it with the extended cover, so ended up buying standard anker replacements instead, 22 got me two replacements and a charger! Even with extremely heavy usage watching vids etc three should be more than enough, and usually I'm able to access a charger at some point,I only went for that deal because I wanted the charger for it and a third share ain't going to go a missing! I'll stick to slim size...but that's the great thing where we all get a choice with android :-)

hope your zero lemon works out for you guys :-)
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What I use is something like this:
5V 2A Mobile Power Supply USB Battery Charger 18650 Box for iPhone Cell Phone | eBay (there are heaps of different ones on Ebay)

This means that my cellphone is just as slim and light as ever, but I can charge my phone anywhere and any time. I can charge my phone in my tent overnight while camping - no problem using my phone to read a book in the evening while camping for a few days.

These portable charging boxes come without batteries and you can buy whatever 18650 (same size as inside of most laptop batteries) cells you like, I'll get some new Panasonic 3,400mAh cells at some point so that I have more juice in my charger. I will be able to recharge my phone from dead flat to full at least 4x.

I also use a ummm, one of these: USB Data/Charging Extension Cable for Samsung P1000 - Black - Free Shipping - DealExtreme
This little device makes my phone think it is connected to a charger rather than a computer so it wont limit the charge rate to 0.5A.
It probably isn't vital but I sometimes want to get the phone charged up quicker.

So maybe someone can enlighten me as to the advantage of using an extended battery case as opposed to just taking a portable phone charger?
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What I use is something like this:
5V 2A Mobile Power Supply USB Battery Charger 18650 Box for iPhone Cell Phone | eBay (there are heaps of different ones on Ebay)

This means that my cellphone is just as slim and light as ever, but I can charge my phone anywhere and any time. I can charge my phone in my tent overnight while camping - no problem using my phone to read a book in the evening while camping for a few days.

These portable charging boxes come without batteries and you can buy whatever 18650 (same size as inside of most laptop batteries) cells you like, I'll get some new Panasonic 3,400mAh cells at some point so that I have more juice in my charger. I will be able to recharge my phone from dead flat to full at least 4x.

I also use a ummm, one of these: USB Data/Charging Extension Cable for Samsung P1000 - Black - Free Shipping - DealExtreme
This little device makes my phone think it is connected to a charger rather than a computer so it wont limit the charge rate to 0.5A.
It probably isn't vital but I sometimes want to get the phone charged up quicker.

So maybe someone can enlighten me as to the advantage of using an extended battery case as opposed to just taking a portable phone charger?
-If you use your phone a lot and you don't want to have it tied to a battery back.
-You don't want to worry about your phone dying if you aren't paying attention to it's battery level
-You use battery draining features such as tethering and you don't want an extra thing to worry about (keeping your phone connected to an external battery when it needs more power)
-You don't want to have to charge an extra device to keep the other device alive.
-You don't to carry an extra device with you everywhere you go.
-You don't want to risk the chance of you forgetting to grab your extra battery device and ending up with a dead phone while you're out.
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To day when i went on Zerolemon's facebook page i saw that there will be a 7500 mAh for the Gs4.

Does any one know when this will be available purchase?
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How big will it make the phone?

think I'm just going to buy another stock battery and keep it charged as a backup for when I camp or something. The stock gets me through the day just fine.
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if it is any thing like the Gs3 7000 mAh battery it will be about the same size as a 5200 mAh battery that is out for the Gs4 right now.
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To day when i went on Zerolemon's facebook page i saw that there will be a 7500 mAh for the Gs4.

Does any one know when this will be available purchase?
It just got released for order last night:
Amazon.com: [180 days warranty] ZeroLemon Samsung Galaxy S4 7500mAh Extended Battery + Free Black Extended TPU Full Edge Protection Case (Compatible with AT&T I337, Verizon I545, Sprint L720, T-Mobile M919, International I9500 & I9505) ***NFC for S B
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i just got an email from ZeroLemon for the battery here are the links



7500mAh Black:
Amazon.com: [180 days warranty] ZeroLemon Samsung Galaxy S4 7500mAh Extended Battery + Free Black Extended TPU Full Edge Protection Case (Compatible with AT&T I337, Verizon I545, Sprint L720, T-Mobile M919, International I9500 & I9505) ***NFC for S B


7500mAh White:
Amazon.com: [180 days warranty] ZeroLemon Samsung Galaxy S4 7500mAh Extended Battery + Free White Extended TPU Full Edge Protection Case (Compatible with AT&T I337, Verizon I545, Sprint L720, T-Mobile M919, International I9500 & I9505) ***NFC for S B
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Question Extended battery question

So I just placed a order online for the Sprint version of the S4.. I just wonder here since I never had luck with the HTC Evo if I get a extended battery do or does anyone make a hardcase (not the plastic back) to protect the phone? All these rubberized cases and hard cases are for the stock back.
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I completely fail to see the appeal of extended batteries.

Just buy a spare battery and tame it with you. Doing this is cheaper, will instantly double your battery life and won't affect which cases you can use. Also your phone won't be an ugly fatso.
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I completely fail to see the appeal of extended batteries.

Just buy a spare battery and tame it with you. Doing this is cheaper, will instantly double your battery life and won't affect which cases you can use. Also your phone won't be an ugly fatso.
There is no need to be calling defenseless phones hateful names. ;-)

For some, having a single extended battery is preferable to having to remember to keep a spare battery charged, or having to grab it on the way out ...or remember to unload it so it doesn't go through the laundry.

There are some who simply do not want to have to open/change out battery/restart phone in the middle of something. Others still are trying to squeeze every bit of use from their phone while away from an outlet, and may opt for an extended battery ....and carry a spare extended battery!

It's a personal preference. Please don't disparage those who choose a different path.
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The ZeroLemon 7500 mAh Extended comes with a case. Great quality case and battery. Amazon.com: [180 days warranty] ZeroLemon Samsung Galaxy S4 7500mAh Extended Battery + Free Black Extended TPU Full Edge Protection Case (Compatible with AT&T I337, Verizon I545, Sprint L720, T-Mobile M919, International I9500 & I9505) NFC for S Beam
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There is no need to be calling defenseless phones hateful names. ;-)

For some, having a single extended battery is preferable to having to remember to keep a spare battery charged, or having to grab it on the way out ...or remember to unload it so it doesn't go through the laundry.

There are some who simply do not want to have to open/change out battery/restart phone in the middle of something. Others still are trying to squeeze every bit of use from their phone while away from an outlet, and may opt for an extended battery ....and carry a spare extended battery!

It's a personal preference. Please don't disparage those who choose a different path.
I'm a delivery driver for UPS so keeping a spare with me is not really a good option for me since dispatch calls a lot or other drivers call to meet up to share work.. I don't want to risk missing a call during a battery change.

Also areas were some of the routes are have little to no cell service so the battery drains much quicker...
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I think I saw that this morning but I was unsure if it was good or not.. I might wait 2 weeks after I have the phone.. already spent around $500 on Amazon this morning..

I got this car dock but I know that extended battery will not fit it.

Amazon.com: Samsung Galaxy S4 Car Mount Dock With Built In Charger - Case Compatible Design: Cell Phones & Accessories
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Is there an extended battery that doesn't have a large back that you have to attach?
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Is anybody familiar with Hyperion? I have never used any of their batteries before. I was looking at purchasing these: Amazon.com: Hyperion Samsung Galaxy S4 2 x 2600mAh NFC / Google Wallet Enabled Batteries + Charger (Compatible Samsung Galaxy S4 S IV SIV, I9500) **18 Month Warranty**: Cell Phones & Accessories. Seemed like a reasonable price, but not sure if they are any good.
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That is just me and my personal preference, which does not apply to others.

I would never buy any other than Samsung's battery. The moment you are using 3rd party product, you forfeit the right to any warranty claims. Even if the phone damage is not battery related, Samsung will say that it was due to the use of "unauthorized accessories". And they can easily find out what powered your device, so putting the ORI battery back in case of problem, won't work.

My 780$ phone, is not worth 20$ experiment from Amazon. That's just my view.
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When you send your phone into Samsung, you don't send the battery.

I really like anker products. Have always had good luck with them and they have great customer service.

I've also had a few phones repaired under warranty by Samsung (using banker batteries), and they never ask about accessories.

If they wouldn't fix your phone because you used another branded accessory when the problem has nothing to do with that.... They'd have a PR nightmare. Not gonna happen
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I realy dont get the extended battery thing, especially the ones with the rear case that make your S4 look like a humpback whale

Used this solution with my S3 and it just works

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I use the ZeroLemon extended battery and I actually enjoy the size of the phone.
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Has anyone tried out any of those backup battery cases? Mophie doesn't make one for the S4 as of yet I believe, but I've seen the Incipio offGRID and the ExoLife S4 online. I just got the phone, so I want to look into all the options for battery life on the phone. An extended battery or a spare is the easy way to go, I know, but I was just wondering if any of these are even worth trying? Any input would be helpful. Thanks!
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i agree that the larger size in the phone is not preferable. the only one thing that bothers me about buying another 2600 mah battery, is that if I have to switch it out, i would have to turn of my phone, and swap it out. i guess it just really depends on which you find works better for you. I will probably go with getting at most, 2 more spare batteries.
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I'm looking for a GS4 extended battery that does not require a new back cover. I keep my phone in a silicone cover and a little bulging is acceptable and covered by the case.

My Galaxy Nexus did this just fine.
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I really love the idea of this 7500 mAh extended battery but my only issue is that I don't want to put my phone in my pocket. I have always used and always will use a belt holster so I was wondering if anyone that has the battery knows of a belt case or holster that will fit it snug and secure. Currently I use the Otterbox Defender which comes with a great holster. I really need the extended battery since I'm a heavy user. The problem with getting a power pack or extra batteries is carrying them around. I just don't have the pocket space for all that which is why I prefer going with Zero Lemon. Any help would be appreciated.



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