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Old May 29th, 2012, 01:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ooook! So today I have received my aftermarket 3800mah extended battery via ebay strait from china.

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The back cover is a lot more streamline looking than I expected though it is also fatter than I expected. I can say it is a perfect fit for the warp though it does not snap on quite as tightly as the stock back cover. It does however have a nice feel too it, not slippery at all and my grip does actually feel a bit more steady with the slight extra bulk.

I have wiped the battery stats, shut her down and am now doing the first charge on it to see how this monster battery actually holds up. More info coming soon.
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Any updates on this battery?
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Giving it a couple days before I update anymore. So far it is working as intended. Going through the complete drain of the battery calibration cycle at the moment and it is taking some time, as hoped. Update soon.
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How about some pics?
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Ok so images were requested, and I have a few to show. Don't slaughter me. I'm no pro reviewer, and my bud who took these is no photographer. Just trying to share an experience.

First off, the real meaning of the matter. How much juice can I get.



As you can see by the % display time I was using it pretty heavily. Lots of streamed videos and tons of surfing mainly. My first charge lasted 24 hours with frequent as possible use but I had a pretty busy day then, so I used this shot from my second full charge.

Edit: I didn't use this the way i normally would for this charge. I had auto brightness off and brightness turned way up. Juice defender was disabled and wireless connections were active. I believe on average my charge would last 20+ hours, and I will be in bed and have it on the charger long before it is ready to expire.

A couple profile shots off the table. Apologizes for the war torn workbench, though it keeps the bills paid.



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I like to eat and surf and was worried the bevel on the back would make it rock. Glad to say it does not.

And one more of the back, as you can see they are not indestructible. The back plate does not impede the speaker that I can tell. I use volume+ anyhow and it sounds fine.


I have to say overall I am very pleased with the battery and cover so far, especially for the price. As you can tell from the last photo, I did drop it. It was the first time I had dropped the phone in the 1.5 months or so I've owned it. It is because I was still not used to the weight and added bulk of the phone while pulling it out of my pocket on the move. It's not horrible damage but my friend tried to get a good shot of it to show you, otherwise it's utterly unnoticeable.

The phone is weighty, but I don't feel stressed out using it. It does have more bulk but I can still easily manipulate it with one hand. The back cover is cheap, but does the job. Something to note though. My reception dropped dramatically. I couldn't have that. So I looked into the manual where the antennae are located on the unit (page 111), I carefully peeled the copper foil from the stock cover and placed it on the new back upside down and with a slight curl to reach the bottom of the phone where the main call/data antenna is. My reception has been perfectly fine since. I was worried the gps and bluetooth would be affected by the placement of the copper but they seem to function just fine. I wish I had taken pictures of the copper but I am sorry I didn't think of it. It wasn't a big deal though, just be careful and use a sharp knife.

Overall a good experience, and I only spent about $12. Took some time to ship from china but that's about it. Still many left from various sellers on ebay. Before you take the plunge if you decide, just make sure you're buying from a high grossing top rated seller is the best advice I can give.
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Holy crap that's huge!!!!
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Glad its working for you and thanks for the pics and info,but that is way to bulky for my likes.
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Thanks for the detailed info and going to the trouble of uploading pics.
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Glad its working for you and thanks for the pics and info,but that is way to bulky for my likes.
Yeah I was actually kinda bummed when i first got it. It didn't last long though. It's slightly thinner than a pack of cigarettes, so it really fits in my pocket just fine. The weight isn't noticed too badly either. For the amount of usage I get from it for me makes the difference. The bulk and weight definitely need to be considered for the end user before buying.
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How much was the battery??
I paid exactly $11.99 for mine. Free shipping, but it took 2 weeks to reach me. There was another one on there, identical backplate and battery but also came with an external charger for a few dollars more.
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I paid exactly $11.99 for mine. Free shipping, but it took 2 weeks to reach me. There was another one on there, identical backplate and battery but also came with an external charger for a few dollars more.
Thats not to bad i might get one myself
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Yeah man. If your like me and you use your phone a lot and constantly run it dry, then this is one heck of a deal. I don't ever worry about having enough juice anymore.
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Yeah man. If your like me and you use your phone a lot and constantly run it dry, then this is one heck of a deal. I don't ever worry about having enough juice anymore.
Then yeah def.gotta.get it my phones usually dead by morning always playing games and talking to my.old lady haha
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Yeah, at work I get these slow moments of the shift printing a newspaper. We're waiting on pages to get finished and plates. I'm a surfin madman and the stock batt I'd have to hook to the charger sometimes a couple times before the shift was over. At least once a shift though, and then again at bed. Heck with that, this thing keeps me goin.
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Yeah im the same 5 minutes drops mad battery using.3G cant wait to get one of these batteries
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Just ordered me one of.these bad boys $9.98 with free.shipping now just to wait for it to come
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Niiice! Still glad I bought mine!
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Can't wait to get mine june 18-june 28 is when I'm supposed to get it
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I just got one of these myself today and it's flippin awesome. Now I can keep my backlight fully lit all day and not worry about battery. Personally, it's not that bulky compared to some of the pictures in this thread I think the one is just at a bad angle, and it actually allows me to hold the phone better than the previous back did. I would ABSOLUTELY recommend for any of you Warp users. Was $8 on ebay, can you honestly say you can't spare $8 just to try it out?
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I just got one of these myself today and it's flippin awesome. Now I can keep my backlight fully lit all day and not worry about battery. Personally, it's not that bulky compared to some of the pictures in this thread I think the one is just at a bad angle, and it actually allows me to hold the phone better than the previous back did. I would ABSOLUTELY recommend for any of you Warp users. Was $8 on ebay, can you honestly say you can't spare $8 just to try it out?
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Im glad you folks are enjoying them and it helped your battery problem but it just seems to big and bulky for me im very happy with a thin and light phone im all about the comfort from my shirt down too my shoes.Shit at times i take off the after market case the ones you buy in the Mall because I fell its to bulky.During the day i just throw it on the charger if i need a quick boost it charges very fast and every time im in the car it gets plugged in just for the reason i use it as my main music source and i also like to listen to audio books and or podcasts for those boring rides,anyway good luck with it.
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My phone has been off the charger since monday and it's starting to go dead! I want my money back!! Haha! Kidding aside, for the price it was a no brainer for me as well. Still no issues to report with mine, and the added size/ weight is still a non issue for me. Guy I work with just picked up a warp and has a ext batt otw as well.
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Im glad you folks are enjoying them and it helped your battery problem but it just seems to big and bulky for me im very happy with a thin and light phone im all about comfort from my shirt too my shoes shit at times i take off the after market case the ones you buy in the Mall because I fell its to bulky.During the day i just throw it on the charger if i need a quick boost it charges very fast and every time im in the car it gets plugged in just for the reason i use it as my main music source and i also like to listen to audio books and or podcasts for those boring rides,anyway good luck with it.
Yeah the size does need to be considered definitly. I'm not behind the wheel enough or I might have been fine with the stock. Feels good not feeling connected to the chord all the time now though now.
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I am looking for a back up battery to take with me when i go on my long bicycle rides and hikes a few days a week i like using the bike app (B.icycle-GPS bike computer)or(MapMyRide)and also listening to my music while i ride so on a few hour loop i could just toss one in the bike pouch or possibly get what you have but then i would have to figure out how i can mount it on the handlebars being so thick.But as a permanent daily use when im out and about or at home there really is no need for it,now i have to make up my mind extra stock battery or the aftermarket 3800mah extended one for my bike and hiking times.
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I just picked up 2 myself...Can't pass it up for the price. 2 Extra EXTENDED LIFE batteries, AND a charger for less than $23. Should make for some long times between charges.

Let's hope they last long in terms of lifetime. If they work decently, I'll pick up another set for when my wife gets her Warp later this year.
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Let's hope they last long in terms of lifetime. If they work decently, I'll pick up another set for when my wife gets her Warp later this year.
Getting my extended battery tomorrow
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Just recieved my extended battery honestly its not to bulky feels good in my hand better grip
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Okay so been running this fat battery since 3 yesterday charged up 100 at 630 was at 16 when i went to bed at 3 in the morning all day brightness up 3g and autosync on went 8 and a half.hours from 100 to 16 left everything on overnight to kill it didnt drop at all in the 6 hours i was asleep
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Okay so been running this fat battery since 3 yesterday charged up 100 at 630 was at 16 when i went to bed at 3 in the morning all day brightness up 3g and autosync on went 8 and a half.hours from 100 to 16 left everything on overnight to kill it didnt drop at all in the 6 hours i was asleep
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I haven't, but I'm sure you could find something on Ebay...that'd be the first place I would check if you're looking for a stock battery/charger combo.
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Whenever work gets a little more steady ill be ordering the 2 pack with external charger
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you guys will love the battery it works excellent im truly enjoying mine but this first recharge is taking forever! i decided to leave it plugged in shut down gunna leave it till around 8 when i leave the library hopefully itll be fully charged or ill be staying till closing haha
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Okay so been running this fat battery since 3 yesterday charged up 100 at 630 was at 16 when i went to bed at 3 in the morning all day brightness up 3g and autosync on went 8 and a half.hours from 100 to 16 left everything on overnight to kill it didnt drop at all in the 6 hours i was asleep
Glad it's working out! It does take a long time to charge. For me sometimes I charge it when I go to bed, sometimes I don't! It's such a relief just knowing the phone is there to use absolutely whenever I need it.
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Just a reminder to users purchasing these. Charge them correctly and get the most out of your battery!! For the first charge I recommend wiping battery stats and powering the device down. Charge it while off until it says full, then wipe battery stats again, power down and rinse and repeat. Do this until it indicates it is full immediately after plugging it in. Then you should be gtg!!
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Thanks for this tip, I'll have to let Apollo know if he hasn't seen this by the time I talk to him.
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i like it the only thing i don't like is it muffles the sound of the speaker that's about it

had to turn up the volume for the ringtone
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I order one after reading this. But I found one in California on ebay 2 batteries, back covers and one charger for 23 bucks with free shipping. So pumped because my phone is like an extension to my body. And I'm tired of bad battery life. I will definitely make it known if it's a must have for the warp. Supposed to receive it by the 17th. Will update!!
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Just ordered mine lastnight. Has anyone else had to move the copper sticker from the stock back to the extended back like Kroegs mentioned on page 1?
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Just ordered mine lastnight. Has anyone else had to move the copper sticker from the stock back to the extended back like Kroegs mentioned on page 1?
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Just a thought but they also have those copper stickers at radio Shack and other places. I think they call them reception boosters or something of the sort. Funny but I got one from a dollar tree b4 cuz it caught my eye. I wouldnt take from the stock back because you might use it again,!!!
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Just a thought but they also have those copper stickers at radio Shack and other places. I think they call them reception boosters or something of the sort. Funny but I got one from a dollar tree b4 cuz it caught my eye. I wouldnt take from the stock back because you might use it again,!!!
Yea I understand that, just curious if anyone else had to use that method because of poor signal as a result of the extended battery cover not having the copper
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Idk yet because I haven't received mine yet but it's there for a reason and I would plan on putting one on the aftermarket back regardless. What's the point of a long lasting battery with less than usual speed and service
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You can always replace it on the stock back if you ever need to. It will wrinkle a little but it's no biggie.
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Soo I just received my 2 3800mah batteries. They are charging to 100 percent and I will update in a few days my opinion of battery life changes and how I feel about its worth. Phone is bigger, back snaps easily in place and I'm not having reception problems without switching the copper stickers. I also think the new back feels comfortable so it's not an issue
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Soo I just received my 2 3800mah batteries. They are charging to 100 percent and I will update in a few days my opinion of battery life changes and how I feel about its worth. Phone is bigger, back snaps easily in place and I'm not having reception problems without switching the copper stickers. I also think the new back feels comfortable so it's not an issue
I got another week and a half to go probably before I receive my batteries. (china) And I ordered two of those gold sticker things you put under the battery for better service just in case. Not to sure if they really work or not but we'll see.
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I got another week and a half to go probably before I receive my batteries. (china) And I ordered two of those gold sticker things you put under the battery for better service just in case. Not to sure if they really work or not but we'll see.

Good man. I'm going to get copper stickers from radio Shack because they were on the factory case for a reason. Cool beans though
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